The European Film Awards has added six final titles to this year’s selection. They are Thomas Vinterberg’s Another Round; Oskar Roehler’s Enfant Terrible; Charlene Favier’s Slalom; Francois Ozon’s Summer Of 85; Emmanuel Courcol’s The Big Hit; and Milcho Manchevski’s Willow.
All received a Cannes 2020 label earlier this year, with the exception of Willow, which premiered at last year’s Rome Film Fest.
They join the 32 features announced in August, when the European Film Academy said it would reveal a second wave of “pandemic year” titles, in order account for the Covid-19 outbreak that saw cinemas closed around the world and the release of films postponed or pivoted online.
In the coming weeks, more than 3,800 EFA members will screen the selected films and vote for the nominations in the categories European film, director, actor, actress and screenwriter.
The nominations will be announced on November 7 at the Seville European Film Festival. An eight-member jury will decide on the award recipients for European cinematography, editing, production design, costume design, make-up and hair, original score, sound and visual effects.
The 13 documentaries up for EFAs this year have also previously been announced.
The 33rd European Films Awards will take place on December 12 in Reykavik, Iceland.