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European Cinema awarded in Rome

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European Cinema awarded in Rome

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“Each of the directors nominated deserved to win.” Spain’s Pedro Almodovar who swept the board at this year's EFAs with five important victories, was generous in his acceptance speech. As was Italy’s Sergio Castellitto, winner of the best actor prize, “When you are given an award, it also goes to all the people who worked with you. So thank-you, everyone.”
Presenting Britain's Ken Loach with the European critics' Fipresci award, actress Ariane Ascaride said, “Ken Loach gives a voice to those who don't have one either in cinema or in the real world.” With typically English humour Loach joked that "showing your film to the critics is like a lamppost awaiting the approaching dogs."

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EUROPEAN FILM 2002

Talk to Her [+see also:
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by Pedro Almodovar

EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2002
Pedro Almodovar for Talk to Her [+see also:
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EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2002
The entire cast of 8 Women [+see also:
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:
Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert,
Emmanuelle Béart, Fanny Ardant, Virginie Ledoyen,
Danielle Darrieux, Ludivine Sagnier, Firmine Richard

EUROPEAN ACTOR 2002
Sergio Castellitto for L'ora di religione [+see also:
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and Mostly Martha [+see also:
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EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2002
Pedro Almodovar for Talk to Her [+see also:
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EUROPEAN DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2002
Pawel Edelman for The Pianist [+see also:
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EUROPEAN DISCOVERY 2002 – Fassbinder Award
Hukkle by György Palfi

SCREEN INTERNATIONAL AWARD 2002
Non-European Film

Divine Intervention by Elia Suleiman

FIPRESCI Award Ken Loach for Sweet Sixteen [+see also:
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EUROPEAN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Tonino Guerra

EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA
Victoria Abril

EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY AWARD 2002 - Prix Arte
Etre et Avoir by Nicolas Philibert

EUROPEAN SHORT FILM 2002 – UIP AWARD
10 minuta by Ahmed Imamovic

PEOPLE'S CHOICE
Best Actor
Javier Càmara for Talk to her [+see also:
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]

Best Actress
Kate Winslet for Iris

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