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PostSubject: European Film Awards 2012   Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:15 am

Hi there,

Mads has two movie this year in the competition: "The Hunt" and "A royal affair". I wish I could see the Hunt soon. It could be greater than "A royal affair", I suppose.

Source: European Film Awards

Here's the list of all the movies:


  • Alps / Alpeis Greece (93 min.)
  • The Angels' Share UK, France, Belgium, Italy (102 min.)
  • Avalon Sweden (78 min.)
  • Barbara Germany (105 min.)
  • Beyond the Hills / După dealuri Romania, France, Belgium (150 min.)
  • Caesar Must Die / Cesare deve morire Italy (76 min.)
  • Carnage France, Germany, Poland, Spain (80 min.)
  • Children of Sarajevo / Djeca Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, France, Turkey (90 min.)
  • Combat Girls / Kriegerin Germany (103 min.)
  • Come As You Are / Hasta la Vista Belgium (115 min.)
  • Death of a Man in Balkans / Smrt čoveka na Balkanu Serbia (80 min.)
  • Diaz: Don't clean up this blood Italy, Romania, France (120 min.)
  • The Door / Ajtó, Az Hungary, Germany (98 min.)
  • The Dream and the Silence / Sueño y Silencio Spain (110 min.)
  • The Exchange / Hahithalfut Israel, Germany (95 min.)
  • Faust Russia (134 min.)
  • Flower Buds / Poupata Czech Republic (91 min.)
  • Gypsy / Cigán Czech Republic, Slovakia (107 min.)
  • The Hunt / Jagten Denmark (111 min.)
  • In Darkness Germany, Poland, Canada (144 min.)
  • In the Fog / V Tumane Germany, Russia, Latvia, Netherlands, Belarus (127 min.)
  • Iron Sky Finland, Germany, Australia (93 min.)
  • Just the Wind / Csak a szel Hungary, Germany, France (86 min.)
  • Kauwboy Netherlands (78 min.)
  • Love / Amour Austria, France, Germany (127 min.)
  • Naked Harbour / Vuosaari Finland (118 min.)
  • Once Upon a Time in Anatolia / Bir zamanlar Anadolodou Turkey (157 min.)
  • Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman / Zhila-byla odna baba Russia (150 min.)
  • Our Children / A perdre la raison Switzerland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg (111 min.)
  • The Parade / Parada Serbia (115 min.)
  • Paradise: Love / Paradies: Liebe Austria, Germany, France (120 min.)
  • Policeman / Hashoter Israel (105 min.)
  • Rose / Róża Poland (94 min.)
  • A Royal Affair / Kongelig Affære, En Denmark (132 min.)
  • Rust and Bone / De rouille et d'os France, , (120 min.)
  • Shame UK (96 min.)
  • Shun Li and the Poet / Io sono Li Italy (96 min.)
  • Sister / L' enfant d'en haut France, Switzerland (97 min.)
  • The Sleeping Voice / La voz dormida Spain (128 min.)
  • Sneakers / Kecove Bulgaria (111 min.)
  • Sons of Norway / Sønner av Norge Norway (88 min.)
  • Tabu Portugal, Germany, Brazil, France (118 min.)
  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy France, UK, Germany (128 min.)
  • Unfair World / Adikos Kosmos Greece, Germany (107 min.)
  • Unit 7 / Grupo 7 Spain (96 min.)
  • Untouchable / Intouchables France (108 min.)
  • The Woman Who Brushed Off Her Tears / Zenata koja gi izbrisa solzite FYR Macedonia, Belgium, Slovenia, Germany (102 min.)


And here the information about Mads' movies:

The Hunt / Jagten Denmark (111 min.)

Synopsis

A disturbing depiction of how a lie becomes the truth when gossip, doubt and malice are allowed to flourish and ignite a witch-hunt that soon threatens to destroy an innocent man’s life. Following a tough divorce, 40-year-old Lucas has a new girlfriend and a new job, and is in the process of re-establishing his relationship with his teenage son Marcus. But things go awry. Just a story − a random lie. And as the snow falls and the Christmas lights are lit, the lie spreads like a virus. The shock and mistrust get out of hand, and the small community suddenly finds itself in a collective state of hysteria, while Lucas fights a lonely fight for his life and dignity.

Director's Statement

On a dark winter night in 1999, there was a knock on my door. A renowned Danish child-psychologist stood outside in the snow with some documents, raving about children and their fantasies. He spoke about concepts such as “repressed memory”, and, even more disturbing, about his theory that “thought is a virus”. I didn’t let him in. Didn’t read the documents. Went to bed. Ten years later I needed a psychologist. I called him, and as a belated form of politeness, I read the documents. And was shocked. Spellbound. And I felt that this was a story that needed to be told. A story of a modern-day witch-hunt. THE HUNT is the result of this reading.

Film Details

Director: Thomas Vinterberg
Screenwriter: Thomas Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm
Producer: Morten Kaufmann, Sisse Graum Jørgensen
Director of Photography: Charlotte Bruus Christensen
Main Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Susse Wold, Annika Wedderkopp, Lasse Fogelstrøm
Editor: Anne Østerud, Janus Billeskov Jansen
Production Design: Torben Stig Nielsen

Source: European Film Awards


A Royal Affair / Kongelig Affære, En Denmark (132 min.)

Synopsis

A ROYAL AFFAIR is the true story of an ordinary man who wins the queen’s heart and starts a revolution. Centring on the intriguing love triangle between the ever more insane Christian VII, the man of enlightenment and idealism, Struensee, and the young but strong queen Caroline Mathilda, the drama is the gripping tale of brave idealists who risk everything in their pursuit of freedom for the people, but above all it is the story of a passionate and forbidden romance that changed an entire nation.

Director's Statement

A ROYAL AFFAIR is based on one of the most dramatic events in Danish and indeed European history; whenever I pitched the film to foreign investors, people had a hard time believing that the story was true, that these momentous events had actually happened in the late 1700s. In Denmark, however, it is taught in school, more than 15 books have been written about it (both factual and fictional) and there is even an opera and a ballet. I feel honoured and extremely lucky to finally bring the full story to the screen.
Tonally, I was inspired by the great epics from the 40s and 50s where films would often feel like literary works, structured around characters and the passage of time, and not clearly following the obvious screenplay roadmaps.
But my creative team and I were also fired up by the idea of bringing the Scandinavian historical drama into the new century. We wanted to achieve this by adhering to a self-imposed rule; we didn’t want to “show” history, didn’t want to dwell pointlessly on the big official events, the fancy dresses and hairdos, or the way the food was served. Rather, we wanted people to simply experience the story through the eyes of the characters, taking the 1760s for granted. Even though the period is obviously there in the set designs and costumes, it was filmed and edited as we would have filmed and edited a film taking place in modern Copenhagen.
Finally, Gabriel Yared and Cyrille Aufort’s beautiful score has brought the film full circle, and home to its epic roots.

Film Details

Director: Nikolaj Arcel
Screenwriter: Nikolaj Arcel, Rasmus Heisterberg
Producer: Louise Vesth, Sisse Graum Jørgensen, Meta Louise Foldager
Director of Photography: Rasmus Videbæk
Main Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Alicia Vikander, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard
Editor: Mikkel E.G. Nielsen, Kasper Leick
Production Design: Niels Sejer

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And here's the chance to vote for the People Choise Award: EFA People Choise Award (But not for a movie with Mads)

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:39 am

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THE HUNT AND A ROYAL AFFAIR SELECTED FOR EFA

13 SEPTEMBER 2012 | BY FREJA DAM

EFA. Thomas Vinterberg's "The Hunt" and Nikolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair" are among the 47 contenders for the European Film Awards. Both films just had their North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Thomas Vinterberg's "The Hunt" and Nikolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair" are both in the run for the golden European Film Awards. The European Film Academy has selected 47 European features from 31 countries.

During the next weeks, the 2,700 academy members will be able to vote in the various categories. Nominations will be announced on 3 November at the Seville European Film Festival.

Last year, Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" took the top prize for Best European Film plus two other prizes, Susanne Bier was presented with the Best European Director award, and Mads Mikkelsen received an an honorary achievement award.

The 25th European Film Awards will be presented on 1 December in Malta.

Celebrated in Toronto

Meanwhile, "The Hunt" and "A Royal Affair" can rejoice in the great reception they've got at the Toronto International Film Festival, where both films have just enjoyed their world premiere.

"A Royal Affair" was met with standing ovations by the 2000 attending guests at the gala presentation last night, and has also been praised by critics. Read Roger Ebert's review in Chicago Sun-Times and Wall Street Journal's review

"The Hunt", screening in the Special Presentation section, has been equally well-recived. Read Twitch's review and Examiner's review

"The Hunt" is produced by Morten Kaufmann and Sisse Graum Jørgensen, and "A Royal Affair" is produced by Louise Vesth, Sisse Graum Jørgensen, Meta Louise Foldager, both films for Zentropa with support from the Danish Film Institute.

Source: Danish Film Institut

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sun Nov 04, 2012 1:29 am

Nominations 2012

European Film
  • Barbara
    Director:Christian Petzold
    Producer:Florian Koerner von Gustorf, Michael Weber

  • Caesar Must Die / Cesare deve morire
    Director: Paolo Taviani
    Producer: Grazia Volpi

  • The Hunt / Jagten
    Director: Thomas Vinterberg
    Producer: Morten Kaufmann, Sisse Graum Jørgensen

  • Love / Amour
    Director: Michael Haneke
    Producer: Margaret Menegoz, Stefan Arndt, Veit Heiduschka, Michael Katz

  • Shame
    Director: Steve McQueen
    Producer: Iain Canning, Emile Sherman

  • Untouchable / Intouchables
    Director: Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano
    Producer: Nicolas Duval Adassovsky, Yann Zenou, Laurent Zeitoun



European Director
  • Nuri Bilge Ceylan: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia / Bİr zamanlar Anadolu'da
  • Michael Haneke: Love / Amour
  • Steve McQueen: Shame
  • Vittorio Taviani, Paolo Taviani: Caesar Must Die / Cesare deve morire
  • Thomas Vinterberg: The Hunt / Jagten


European Actor
  • François Cluzet, Omar Sy in Untouchable / Intouchables
  • Michael Fassbender in Shame
  • Mads Mikkelsen in The Hunt / Jagten cheers
  • Gary Oldman in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
  • Jean-Louis Trintignant: Love / Amour


European Actress
  • Emilie Dequenne in Our Children / A perdre la raison
  • Nina Hoss in Barbara
  • Emmanuelle Riva in Love / Amour
  • Margarethe Tiesel in Love / Paradies: Liebe
  • Kate Winslet in Carnage


European Screenwriter
  • Michael Haneke: Love / Amour
  • Cristian Mungiu: Beyond the Hills / După dealuri
  • Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano: Untouchable / Intouchables
  • Roman Polanski, Yasmina Reza: Carnage
  • Thomas Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm: The Hunt / Jagten


Carlo Di Palma European Cinematographer Award
  • Sean Bobbitt: Shame
  • Bruno Delbonnel: Faust
  • Darius Khondji: Love / Amour
  • Gökhan Tiryaki: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia / Bİr zamanlar Anadolu'da
  • Hoyte Van Hoytema: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy


European Editor
  • Janus Billeskov Jansen, Anne Østerud: The Hunt / Jagten
  • Roberto Perpignani: Caesar Must Die / Cesare deve morire
  • Joe Walker: Shame


European Production Designer
  • Maria Djurkovic: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
  • Niels Sejer: A Royal Affair / Kongelig Affære, En
  • Elena Zhukova: Faust


European Composer
  • Cyrille Aufort, Gabriel Yared: A Royal Affair / Kongelig Affære, En
  • François Couturier: Shun Li and the Poet / Io sono Li
  • George Fenton: The Angels' Share
  • Alberto Iglesias: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy


European Discovery - Prix Fipresci
  • Broken
    Director: Rufus Norris
    Producer: Dixie Linder, Tally Garner, Nick Marston, Bill Kenwright

  • Kauwboy
    Director: Boudewijn Koole
    Producer: Jan van der Zanden, Wilant Boekelman

  • Reported Missing / Die Vermissten
    Director: Jan Speckenbach
    Producer: Anke Hartwig

  • Teddy Bear / 10 timer til Paradis
    Director: Mads Matthiesen
    Producer: Morten Kiems Juhl

  • Twilight Portrait / Portret v sumerkhak (Портрет в сумерках)
    Director: Angelina Nikonova
    Producer: Leonid Ogaryov, Angelina Nikonova, Olga Dihovichnaya



European Film Academy Documentary
  • London - The Modern Babylon
    Director: Julien Temple
    Producer: Amanda Temple, Stephen Malit

  • Tea or Electricity / Le thé ou l'electricité
    Director: Jérôme le Maire
    Producer: Isabelle Truc, Isabelle Mathy, Khadija Alami

  • Winter Nomads / Hiver Nomade
    Director: Manuel von Stürler
    Producer:Elisabeth Garbar, Heinz Dill


European Film Academy Animated Feature Film
  • Alois Nebel
    Director: Tomáš Luňák
    Producer: Pavel Strnad, Thanassis Karathanos, Karl Baumgartner, Henrich Držiak

  • The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists
    Director: Peter Lord
    Producer: Julie Lockhart

  • Wrinkles / Arrugas
    Director: Ignacio Ferreras
    Producer: Manuel Cristóbal, Oriol Ivern, Enrique Aguirrezabala


European Film Academy Short Film
  • The Ambassador & Me / L' ambassadeur et moi
    Director: Jan Czarlewski
    Producer: Jan Czarlewski

  • Back of Beyond
    Director: Michael Lennox
    Producer:Michael Lennox

  • Beast / Csicska
    Director: Attila Till
  • How To Pick Berries / Miten marjoja poimitaan
    Director: Elina Talvensaari
    Producer: Elina Talvensaari

  • In the Open / Im Freien
    Director: Albert Sackl, in collaboration with Markus Krispel & Franz Zar
  • Morning of Saint Anthony's Day / Manhã de Santo António
    Director: João Pedro Rodrigues
    Producer: João Figueiras

  • Objection VI / Einspruch VI
    Director: Rolando Colla
    Producer: Elena Pedrazzoli

  • Out of Frame / Titloi telous
    Director: Yorgos Zois
    Producer: Yorgos Zois, Maria Drandaki

  • Silent / Sessiz / Bé Deng
    Director: L. Rezan Yeşilbaş
    Producer: L. Rezan Yeşilbaş

  • Superman, Spiderman or Batman / Superman, Spiderman sau Batman
    Director: Tudor Giurgiu
  • Tomorrow It Will Be Good / Demain, ça sera bien
    Director: Pauline Gay
    Producer: Jeremy Durand

  • Two Hearts
    Director: Darren Thornton
    Producer: Collette Farrell

  • Two Ships / Vilaine fille mauvais garçon
    Director: Justine Triet
    Producer: Emmanuel Chaume

  • Villa Antropoff
    Director: Kaspar Jancis, Vladimir Leschiov


Source: European Film Awards

Five nominations for The Hunt and two for A royal affair! That's great!

(I loved the time, when you could copy a text from a internet site. Now I have to copy the eh ... Quelltext ... and delete all html-tags.)

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:05 am

Tonight is the European Film Awards night! I'll cross my fingers for Mads!!! cheers Who else could win? Question

If anyone like to watch it, here's the link: livestream

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:16 am

European Screenwriter
Michael Haneke: Love / Amour
Cristian Mungiu: Beyond the Hills / După dealuri
Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano: Untouchable / Intouchables
Roman Polanski, Yasmina Reza: Carnage
Thomas Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm: The Hunt / Jagten

Yeah! They got the first award for the Hunt! Smile cheers

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:55 am

Mads presented the award for the best director. He was very funny, translated sentences from English into Danish and now we know, that "fucking" comes from Denmark. Laughing

But Thomas Vinterberg didn't won the award.

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:06 am

Sadly "A royal affair" didn't get an award.

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:21 am

Mads didn't won. Crying or Very sad But he will marry very soon again. Laughing He's got a proposal of marriage and surely he said yes. It's very easy to get him as a husband. You only have to ask him. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:57 am

Well not even the best movie award "The Hunt" got. Sadly. But I didn't watched "Amour", so I can't say, that this is a bad choice.

But there were a lot of new scenes of the Hunt in the short snippets of the movie. Mads is of cource incredible. Can't wait till March. Sometimes it is bad to live in Germany.

Sorry for writing with myself, but nobody was online with me. Wink Hopefully I can download tomorrow the show in German television and cut the scenes with Mads for you and upload it. But it will be dubbed like last year!

Good night, ladies.

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:54 pm

Finally I've made after a lot of problems. Here's the summary of the scenes of Mads at the EFA 2012. It's dubbed in German, but I can't change that. Sorry. The quality is worse than the video I've made, but no idea, what went wrong.



I miss a nice scene of Mads, when someone shot on him in The Hunt. There wasn't the whole show at German TV, for example there's no award for Thomas Vinterberg.

But the sweet proposal for Mads is there. I really love it and the reaction of Mads. Like a Star @ heaven

At the beginning there is Mads with his wife Hanne and son Carl. The boy is much taller - he has the hight of Hanne now! Crazy!

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:19 am

Thanx for the vid, hon! You are awesome!

OMG I love Anke Engelke. She is funny ass hell! Nice tongue action with her and Mads hand puppet.
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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:19 am

You're welcome. I'm glad someone sees it! It took me hours, because this software made me crazy and when I was ready and have the right moments for the cut, the program doesn't like the format anymore so I couldn't save it and have to download the video once again to start from point zero.

But you're right. Anke was really great. She made every year a great show. After I've saw two Oscar-shows, I have to say, that they need someone like Anke.

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:27 am

Jeez, I would have been hard pressed not to do something violent to my laptop!

Yeah! They need Anke at the Oscars! Great idea! The one Hugh Jackman hosted was good, but the one with James Franco and Anne Hatheway was just God-awful!

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PostSubject: Re: European Film Awards 2012   Mon Dec 02, 2013 1:06 am

@annesrake

I've seen this year the EFA will be in Berlin again. Will you look out for Mads? I'm not sure, if he's there, because there is no film of him which is nominated … But he likes the EFA, I suppose, and so you can be lucky to see him once again this Saturday. Very Happy 

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