{mosimage}The European Film Academy announced the titles of 45 films that will be nominated for this year's European Film Awards 2011. Included is the Greek film Attenberg of Athena Tsagari. The film has already participated in many major festivals worldwide and has received important awards. It was the first Greek film in a program hosted by the top U.S. independent film festival Sundance. Also recently was announced the selection of the film at the final trio for the Lux Prize awarded annually by European Parliament.
Overall the awards represented 32 European countries, which for the organizers, shows the great diversity of European cinema. In the coming weeks, 2,500 members of the European Film Academy will vote on the nominations at various award categories. The finalists will be announced on November 5 at the European Film Festival in Seville. The 24th edition of the European Film Awards in Berlin on 3 December and will be televised live on www.europeanfilmawards.eu.
For more information about the movies: http://europeanfilmawards.eu/en_EN/selection/films
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