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EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS 2018 Shorts

15 shorts nominated for the European Film Awards

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- An independent jury presented one European short film in competition with a nomination at each of the 15 participating film festivals

15 shorts nominated for the European Film Awards
Those Who Desire by Elena López Riera

The European Film Academy and EFA Productions are proud to present this year's short film nominations. At each of the 15 participating film festivals, an independent jury presented one European short film in competition with a nomination in the short film category of the European Film Awards. The nominated films will soon be submitted to the more than 3,500 EFA Members to elect the winner. The award for European Short Film 2018 will then be presented at the European Film Awards Ceremony on Saturday, 15 December, in Seville.

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The nominated short films are:

European Short Film
Aquaparque - Ana Moreira (Portugal) (Vila do Conde short film nominee)
Burkina Brandenburg Komplex - Ulu Braun (Germany) (Berlin short film nominee)
Container - Sebastian Lang (Germany) (Cork short film nominee)
Graduation '97 - Pavlo Ostrikov (Ukraine) (Leuven short film nominee)
I Signed the Petition - Mahdi Fleifel (UK/Germany/Switzerland) (Sarajevo short film nominee)
Kapitalistis - Pablo Muñoz Gomez (Belgium/France) (Valladolid short film nominee)
Meryem - Reber Dosky (Netherlands) (Uppsala short film nominee)
Prisoner of Society - Rati Tsiteladze (Georgia/Latvia) (Tampere short film nominee)
Release the Dogs - Manue Fleytoux (France/Belgium) (Krakow short film nominee)
Shame - Petar Krumov (Bulgaria) (Clermont-Ferrand short film nominee)
The Escape - Laëtitia Martinoni (France) (Drama short film nominee)
The Years - Sara Fgaier (Italy/France) (Venice short film nominee)
Those Who Desire - Elena López Riera (Switzerland/Spain) (Locarno short film nominee)
What's the Damage - Heather Phillipson (UK) (Rotterdam short film nominee)
Wildebeest - Nicolas Keppens, Matthias Phlips (Belgium) (Bristol short film nominee)

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