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European Film Awards 2022: Watch Live Ceremony

Founded in 1988, the European Film Academy seeks to support and connect its 4,400 members from 52 countries and celebrates and promotes their work. Its aims are to share knowledge and to educate audiences of all ages about European cinema. Positioning itself as a leading organization and facilitating crucial debates within the industry, the Academy strives to unite everyone who loves European cinema, culminating annually in the Month of European Film, which concludes with the ceremony of the European Film Awards.

The 35th European Film Awards will once again be held in front of a live audience. The Ceremony will take place in the concert hall Harpa in Reykjavik, Iceland. The ceremony honours the achievements of European cinema in 24 categories and welcomes special guests and representatives of the European Film Academy, such as the current President Agnieszka Holland, chair Mike Downey and board members like Nina Hoss, Baltasar Kormakur and many more. The different categories will be presented by internationally renowned talents, which we will reveal to you as soon as possible.

Nominees and Winners

This year’s award European Lifetime Achievement will be presented to director and screenwriter Margarethe von Trotta.
Palestinian director Elia Suleiman will be awarded the European Achievement in World Cinema award.

The Nominations in the various categories have been announced on the 8th of November here.

The Awards Show

The 35th European Film Awards will be celebrated in Reykjavík, Iceland, at the Harpa Concert Hall on 10 December 2022, 20.15 CET. Watch the livestream here.