EFA 2002 - The Winners
Video report of the 2002 European Film Awards' ceremony and interview with the winners during the press conference
by Federico Greco
The European Film Awards 2002 were presented by the European Film Academy in the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome.
The video reports the red carpet arrivals of stars and guests who attended the EFA ceremony and presents the winners who were interviewed during the press conference.
The winners in the interview talk about the different aspects of European cinema. Spanish actress Victoria Abril, winner of the Best European Achievement in World Cinema, explains how since the beginning of her carrier she has always worked for productions around Europe. Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar with the film Hable con Ella (Talk To Her) [+see also:
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During the ceremony screenwriter Tonino Guerra received the European Film Academy Lifetime Achievement Award 2002.