European Film Awards

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Film: All About My Mother, by Pedro Almodovar
Actor: Ralph Fiennes, Sunshine
Actress: Cecilia Roth, All About My Mother
Screenplay: Sunshine, Istvan Szabo & Israel Horovitz
Cinematography: The Legend Of 1900 & Sunshine, Lajos Koltai
Discovery Award: The War Zone, by Tim Roth
Non-European Film: The Straight Story, by David Lynch
Documentary: Buena Vista Social Club, by Wim Wenders
Fipresci Award: Farewell Home Sweet Home, by Otar Iosseliani
Achievement in World Cinema: Antonio Banderas and Roman Polanski
Lifetime Achievement Award: Ennio Morricone

The People's Choice Awards
Best Director: Pedro Almodovar, All About My Mother
Best Actor: Sean Connery, Entrapment
Best Actress: Catherine Zeta Jones, Entrapment

Film: Life is Beautiful, by Roberto Benigni
Actor: Roberto Benigni, Life is Beautiful
Actress: Elodie Bouchez & Natacha Regnier, The Dreamlife of Angels
Screenplay: Sliding Doors, Peter Howitt
Cinematography: The Butcher Boy, Adrian Biddle
Discovery Award: The Celebration, by Thomas Vinterberg & The Dreamlife of Angels, by Erick Zonca
Non-European Film: The Truman Show, by Peter Weir
Documentary: Claudio Pazienza
Fipresci Award: The Powder Keg, by Goran Paskaljevic
Special Achievment Award: Jeremy Irons
Achievement in World Cinema: Stellan Skarsgard, Amistad, Good Will Hunting

People's Choice Awards
Best Director: Roland Emmerich, Godzilla
Best Actress : Kate Winslet, Titanic
Best Actor: Antonio Banderas, The Mask of Zorro

Film: The Full Monty, by Peter Cattaneo
Actor: Bob Hoskins, TwentyFourSeven
Actress: Juliette Binoche, The English Patient
Screenplay: My Life in Pink, Alain Berliner & Cris Vander Stappen
Cinematography: The English Patient, John Seale
Discovery Award: The Life of Jesus, by Bruno Dumont
Non-European Film: Fireworks, by Takeshi Kitano
Documentary: Gigi, Monica ... and Bianca, by Benoit Dervaux, Jean Pierre & Luc Dardenne
Fipresci Award: Voyage to the Beginning of the World, by Manoel De Oliveira
Achievement in World Cinema: Milos Forman, The People Vs. Larry Flynt
Lifetime Achievement Award: Jeanne Moreau

People's Choice Awards
Best Film: The Full Monty
Best Actor: Javier Bardem
Best Actress: Jodie Foster

1996 (Felix)
Film: Breaking the Waves, by Lars von Trier
Actor: Ian McKellen, Richard III
Actress: Emily Watson, Breaking the Waves
Screenplay: Prisoners of the Mountain, Arif Aliev, Sergei Bodrov & Boris Giller
Young Film: Some Mother's Son, by Terry George
Non-European Film: Dead Man, by Jim Jarmusch
Documentary: Jerzy Sladkowski and Stanislav Krzeminski
Fipresci-Award: Breaking The Waves
Lifetime Achievement Award: Sir Alec Guinness

1995 (Felix)
Film: Land and Freedom, by Ken Loach
Young Film: La Haine, by Mathieu Kassovitz
Documentary: Jens Meurer
Fipresci-Award: Ulysses' Gaze, by Theo Angelopoulos
Lifetime Achievement Award: Marcel Carne

1994 (Felix)
Film: Lamerica, by Gianni Amelio
Young Film: The Son of the Shark, by Agnes Merlet & Woyzeck, by Janos Szasz
Documentary: Saga-Group Sarajevo
Fipresci-Award: Dear Diary, by Nanni Moretti
Lifetime Achievement Award: Robert Bresson

1993 (Felix)
Film: Urga (Close to Eden), by Nikita Mikhalkov
Actor: Daniel Auteil, A Heart in Winter
Actress: Maia Morgenstern, The Oak
Young Film: Orlando, by Sally Potter
Documentary: Misfits To Yuppies, by Stefan Jarl
Fipresci-Award: Benny's Video by Michael Haneke
Achievement: Nik Powell and Stephen Woolley, The Crying Game
Lifetime Achievement Award: Michelangelo Antonioni

1992 (Felix)
Film: The Stolen Children, by Gianni Amelio
Actress: Juliette Binoche, The Lovers on the Bridge
Actor: Matti Pellonpaa, Bohemian Life
Supporting Actress: Ghita Norby, Freud's Leaving Home
Supporting Actor: Andre Wilms, Bohemian Life
Screenplay: Dear Emma, Sweet Bobe, Istvan Szabò

Score: The Northerners, Vincent Van Warmerdam
Cinematography: The Lovers on the Bridge, Jean-Yves Escoffier
Editing: The Lovers on the Bridge, Nelly Quettier
Production Design: The Northerners, Rikke Jelier
Young Film: The Northerners, by Alex van Warmerdam
Documentary Film: Neregiu Zeme, by Audrius Stonys
Lifetime Achievement Award: Billy Wilder

1991 (Felix)
Film: Riff-Raff, by Ken Loach
Actor: Michel Bouquet, Toto the Hero
Actress: Clotilde Courau, The Little Gangster
Supporting Actor: Ricky Memphis, Ultra
Supporting Actress: Marta Keler, Virdzina
Screenplay: Toto the Hero, Jaco Van Dormael

Cinematographer: Toto the Hero, Walter van den Ende
Score: Children of Nature, Born Natturunnar
Production Designers: Delicatessen, Kreta Kjnakovic (sets) & Valerie Pozzo Di Borgo (costumes)
Editing: Ultra, Giancarla Simoncelli
Young Film: Toto the Hero, by Jaco van Dormael
Documentary: Hear My Cry, by Maciej Janusz Drygas
Lifetime Achievement Award: Alexandre Trauner

1990 (Felix)
Film: Open Doors, by Gianni Amelio
Actor: Kenneth Branagh, Henry V
Actress: Carmen Maura, Ay, Carmela!
Supporting Actor: Dimitrij Pevsov, Mother
Supporting Actress: Malin Ek, The Gardian Angel
Screenplay: Vitaly Kanevsky, Zamri, Oumri, Voskresni / Freeze, Die, Come to Life

Cinematographer: Open Doors, Tonino Nardi
Art Direction: Cyrano de Bergerac, Ezio Frigerio (sets) & Franca Squarciapino (costumes)
Young Film: Henry V, by Kenneth Branagh
Special Jury Awards

  • Gian Maria Volonte, Open Doors
  • December Bride, by Thaddeus O'Sullivan
    Discovery: Ennio Fantastichini, Open Doors
    Documentary: The Crossroad, by Ivars Seletskis
    Lifetime Achievement Award: Andrzej Wajda