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EUROPEAN FILM 2007
“4 luni, 3 spatamini si 2 zile” (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days), Romania; directed by Cristian Mungiu; produced by Mobra Film SRL
“Auf der anderen seite” (The Edge of Heaven), Germany/Turkey; directed by Fatih Akin; produced by Corazón International GmbH & Co KG/Anka Film/Dorje Film/NDR
The Last King Of Scotland, UK; directed by Kevin Macdonald; produced by DNA Films
“La mome” (La Vie en Rose), France/Czech Republic/UK; directed by Olivier Dahan; produced by Légende/ TF1 International/TF1 Films Production/Okko; Production s.r.o./Songbird Pictures Ltd
“Persepolis”, France; directed by Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud; produced by 2.4.7. Films/France 3 Cinéma/Diaphana Distribution/The; Kennedy/Marshall Company/Franche Connection Animations
“The Queen”, UK/France/Italy; directed by Stephen Frears; produced by Granada/Pathé Renn/BIM Distribuzione

EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2007
Fatih Akin for “Auf der anderen seite” (The Edge of Heaven)
Roy Andersson for “Du levande” (You, the Living)
Stephen Frears for “The Queen”
Kevin Macdonald for “The Last King of Scotland”
Cristian Mungiu for “4 luni, 3 spatamini si 2 zile” (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days)
Giuseppe Tornatore for “La sconosciuta” (The Unknown)

EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2007
Marion Cotillard in “La mome” (La Vie en Rose)
Marianne Faithful in “Irina palm”
Carice van Houten in “Zwartboek” (Black Book)
Anamaria Marinca in “4 luni, 3 spatamini si 2 zile” (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days)
Helen Mirren in “The Queen”
Ksenia Rappoport in “La sconosciuta” (The Unknown)

EUROPEAN ACTOR 2007
Sasson Gabai in “Bikur hatizmoret” (The Band’s Visit)
Elio Germano in “Mio fratello e figlio unico” (My Brother is an Only Child)
James McAvoy in “The Last King of Scotland”
Miki Manojlovic in “Irina palm”
Michel Piccoli in “Belle toujours”
Ben Whishaw in “Das parfum – Die geschichte eines morders” (Perfume: The Story of a Murderer)

EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2007
Fatih Akin for “Auf der anderen seite” (The Edge of Heaven)
Eran Kolirin for “Bikur hatizmoret” (The Band’s Visit)
Peter Morgan for “The Queen”
Cristian Mungiu for “4 luni, 3 spatamini si 2 zile” (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days)

EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER 2007
Anthony Dod Mantle for “The Last King of Scotland”
Frank Griebe for “Das parfum – Die geschichte eines morders” (Perfume: The Story of a Murderer)
Mikhail Krichman for “Izgnanie” (Banishment)
Fabio Zamarion for “La sconosciuta” (The Unknown)

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY PRIX D’EXCELLENCE 2007
Uli Hanisch for Production Design “Das parfum – Die geschichte eines morders” (Perfume: The Story of a Murderer)
Annette Focks, Jörg Höhne, Robin Pohle & Andreas Ruft for Sound “Vier mineten” (Four Minutes)
Didier Lavergne for Make up “La mome” (La Vie en Rose)
Francesca Sartori for Costume “Alatriste”
Lucia Zucchetti for Editing “The Queen”

EUROPEAN COMPOSER 2007
Alexandre Desplat for “The Queen”
Alex Heffes for “The Last King of Scotland”
Dejan Pejovic for “Gucha”
Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek & Reinhold Heil for “Das parfum – Die geschichte eines morders” (Perfume: The Story of a Murderer)

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