Bálint Szimler’s Hungarian short Here I Am completes the line up after being selected at the International Short Film Festival in Drama, Greece.

The European Film Academy (EFA)’s short film initiative is organised in co-operation with 15 film festivals throughout Europe, at which independent juries choose one short in competition to be nominated at the EFAs.

This year’s nominated shorts are a range of fiction, documentaries and animations representing 14 European countries.

The 2,300 members of the EFA will vote on the winner, announced during the ceremony on Dec 4 in Tallinn.

The nominations are

Ghent nominee: Amor by Thomas Wangsmo (Norway)

Valladolid nominee:Ampelmann (Lights) by Giulio Ricciarelli (Germany)

Cork nominee: Les Escargots Des Joseph (Joseph’s Snails) by Sophie Roze (France)

Angers nominee: Blijf, Bij, Me, Weg (Stay Away) by Paloma Aguilera Valdebenito (The Netherlands)

Rotterdam nominee:Onskeborn (Out of Love) by Birgitte Stærmose (Denmark)

Berlin nominee: Venus vs Me by Nathalie Teirlinck (Belgium)

Tampere nominee:Lumikko(The Little Snow Animal) by Miia Tervo (Finland)

Krakow nominee:Tussilago by Jonas Odell (Sweden)

Grimstad nominee:Hanoi – Warszawa (Hanoi – Warsaw) by Katarzyna Klimkiewicz (Poland)

Edinburgh nominee: Maria’s Way by Anne Milne (UK/Spain)

Vila do Conde nominee:Talleres Clandestinos by Catalina Molina (Austria/Argentina)

Sarajevo nominee:Rendez-Vous A Stella-Plage(Rendezvous in Stella-Plage) by Shalimar Preuss (France)

Locarno nominee: Diarchia(Diarchy) by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino (Italy/France)

Venice nominee:The External World by David O’Reilly (Germany)

Drama (Greece) nominee: Itt Vagyok (Here I Am) by Bálint Szimler (Hungary)