Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden
DIRECTED BY Thomas Vinterberg
WRITTEN BY Thomas Vinterberg & Tobias Lindholm
PRODUCED BY Sisse Graum J¢rgensen & Kasper Dissing
DIRECTED BY Burhan Qurbani
WRITTEN BY Martin Behnke & Burhan Qurbani
PRODUCED BY Leif Alexis & Jochen Laube, Fabian Maubach
DIRECTED BY Jan Komasa
WRITTEN BY Mateusz Pacewicz
PRODUCED BY Leszek Bodzak & Aneta Hickinbotham
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Susanne Regina Meures
PRODUCED BY Christian Frei
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Charlène Favier
PRODUCED BY Édouard Mauriat
The nominated films will be viewed and discussed in 25 universities in 25 countries and each institution will select its favourite film. In early December, one student representative from each university will attend a three-day digital deliberation meeting to decide on the overall winner. The winner will then be announced on 10 December, shortly before this year's EFA Ceremony on 12 December.
The aim of this initiative by the European Film Academy (EFA) and FILMFEST HAMBURG is to involve a younger audience, to spread the "European idea" and to transport the spirit of European cinema to an audience of university students. It shall also support film dissemination, film education and the culture of debating.
The European University Film Award 2020 is made possible with the support of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and in close collaboration with NECS-European Network for Cinema and Media Studies.