viernes, 5 de septiembre de 2008

ATENCIÓN: 44 películas competirán por los Premios del Cine Europeo

La Academia de Cine Europeo dio a conocer el listado de las 44 películas que lucharán por conseguir algún premio en la próxima edición de los Premios del Cine Europeo, que se celebrará el 6 de diciembre en Copenhague. Las nominaciones se darán a conocer el día 8 de noviembre durante la celebración del festival de cine europeo de Sevilla.

De todas las candidatas, cabe resaltar la participación de "Happy go lucky" de Mike Leigh, que compite este año por el Oscar, y de las finalistas el año pasado al Oscar a mejor película extranjera como "Katyn" (Polonia), "12" (Rusia) y "Mongol" (Rusia/Alemania/Kazajistán). También compite la representante española del año pasado a esta categoría que finalmente no entró entre las cinco nominadas: "El orfanato" (España). Las otras cintas españolas son "3 días", del debutante Javier Gutiérrez, que ganó en el Festival de cine español de Málaga y "Caótica Ana", de Julio Médem.
"Atonement", finalista al Oscar a la mejor película es la virtual favortita en una carrera en la que tambíén participan la película francesa ganadora de la Palma de Oro, "Entre les murs"; el documental animado israelí "Waltz with blasir" o las últimas películas de los hermanos Dardenne y del cineasta Nuri Bilge Ceylan.


3 DIAS (Before the Fall), Spain
directed by Francisco Javier Gutierrez

12, Russia
directed by Nikita Mikhalkov

AANRIJDING IN MOSCOU (Moscow, Belgium),
directed by Christophe van Rompaey

ATONEMENT, UK
directed by Joe Wright

BATTLE FOR HADITHA, UK
directed by Nick Broomfield

BIENVENUE CHEZ LES CH'TIS (Welcome to the Sticks), France
directed by Dany Boon

BOOGIE, Romania
directed by Radu Muntean

CAOTICA ANA, Spain
written and directed by Julio Medem

UN CONTE DE NOËL (A Christmas Tale), France
directed by Arnaud Desplechin

CZTERY NOCE Z ANNA (Four Nights With Anna), Poland
directed by Jerzy Skolimowski

DELTA, Hungary
directed by Kornél Mundruczó

DIORTHOSI (Correction), Greece
directed by Thanos Anastopoulos

IL DIVO, Italy
written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino

DUSKA, the Netherlands
directed by Jos Stelling

EDEN, Ireland
directed by Declan Recks

ENTRE LES MURS (The Class) France
directed by Laurent Cantet

FLAMMEN & CITRONEN (Flame & Citron), Denmark
directed by Ole Christian Madsen

GIORNI E NUVOLE (Days and Clouds), Italy/Switzerland
directed by Silvio Soldini

GOMORRA (Gomorrah), Italy
directed by Matteo Garrone

LA GRAINE ET LE MULET (The Secret of the Grain / Couscous), France
written and directed by Abdellatif Kechiche

HAPPY-GO-LUCKY, UK
Written and directed by Mike Leigh

HOME, Switzerland*
directed by Ursula Meier

HUNGER, UK
directed by Steve McQueen

JAS SUM OD TITOV VELES (I am from Titov Veles), FYR Macedonia
written and directed by Teona Strugar

KÆRLIGHED PÅ FILM (Just Another Love Story), Denmark
written and directed by Ole Bornedal

KARAMAZOVI (The Karamazovs), Czech Republic*/Poland
written and directed by Petr Zelenka

KATYN, Poland
directed by Andrzej Wajda

KIRSCHBLUETEN - HANAMI (Cherry Blossoms - Hanami), Germany
written and directed by Doris Dörrie

LEMON TREE / עץ לימון, Israel/Germany/France
directed by Eran Riklis

LOVE AND OTHER CRIMES, Germany/Serbia
written and directed by Stefan Arsenijevic

MONGOL, Russia/Germany/Kazakhstan
directed by Sergei Bodrov

MORAM SPAVAT’ ANDJELE (I Have to Sleep My Angel), Croatia/Bosnia & Herzegovina directed by Dejan Acimovic

MUSTA JÄÄ (Black Ice), Finland
written and directed by Petri Kotwica

O'HORTEN, Norway
written and directed by Bent Hamer produced

EL ORFANATO (The Orphanage), Spain
directed by Juan Antonio Bayona

PING-PONGKINGEN (The King of Ping Pong), Sweden
directed by Jens Jonsson

REVANCHE, Austria
written and directed by Götz Spielmann

LE SILENCE DE LORNA (Lorna's Silence), Belgium
written and directed by Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne

TEŠKO JE BITI FIN (It's Hard to Be Nice), Bosnia & Herzegovina
written and directed by Srdjan Vuletic

ÜÇ MAYMUN (Three Monkeys), Turkey
directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan

WALTZ WITH BASHIR, Israel/France/Germany
written and directed by Ari Folman

DIE WELLE (The Wave), Germany
directed by Dennis Gansel

WOLKE 9 (Cloud 9), Germany
directed by Andreas Dresen

ДЗИФТ / ZIFT, Bulgaria
directed by Yavor Gardev