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The 2008 European Film Awards

Year:
Duration:
114 min
IMDB rate:
8.3
Director:
Andreas Morell
Details
Country: Germany
Release Date: 2008-12-06
Filming Locations: Forum, Frederiksberg, Denmark
Cast
Actor
Character
Mikael Bertelsen
Himself - Host
DR Big Band
Themselves
Chris Minh Doky
Himself - Artist Director, DR Big Band
Stefano Accorsi
Himself - Presenter
Bille August
Himself - Presenter
J.A. Bayona
Himself (as Juan Antonio Bayona)
Magdalena Biedrzycka
Herself - Award Recipient
Maurizio Braucci
Himself - Award Recipient
Laurence Briaud
Herself
Laurent Cantet
Himself
Ugo Chiti
Himself - Award Recipient
Andrzej Chyra
Himself - Presenter
Daniel Delevin
Himself
Judi Dench
Herself - Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
Gianni Di Gregorio
Himself - Award Recipient
Arta Dobroshi
Herself
Andreas Dresen
Himself
Marianne Faithfull
Herself - Presenter
Oscar Faura
Himself (as Óscar Faura)
Stine Fischer Christensen
Herself - Presenter
Ari Folman
Himself
Biel Fuster
Himself (as Biel)
Matteo Garrone
Himself - Award Recipient
Massimo Gaudioso
Himself - Award Recipient
Anna Geislerová
Herself - Presenter
Sally Hawkins
Herself
Hannah Herzsprung
Herself - Presenter
Julia Jentsch
Herself - Presenter
Abdellatif Kechiche
Himself - Award Recipient
Søren Kragh-Jacobsen
Himself - World Cinema Achievement Award Recipient
Gottfried Langenstein
Himself - Presenter
Kristian Levring
Himself - World Cinema Achievement Award Recipient
Thure Lindhardt
Himself - Presenter
Anamaria Marinca
Herself - Presenter
Yves Marmion
Himself - Recipient for Kristin Scott Thomas
Steve McQueen
Himself - Award Recipient
Mads Mikkelsen
Himself - Presenter
Labina Mitevska
Herself - Presenter
Mark O'Halloran
Himself - Presenter
Marco Onorato
Himself - Award Recipient
Domenico Procacci
Himself - Award Recipient
Viviane Reding
Herself - Presenter
Max Richter
Himself - Award Recipient
Belén Rueda
Herself
Toni Servillo
Himself - Award Recipient
Paolo Sorrentino
Himself
Paprika Steen
Herself - Presenter
Szhirley
Herself - Performer
Darren Thornton
Himself - Award Recipient
Helena Trestíková
Herself - Award Recipient
Kirsi Tykkyläinen
Herself Presenter
Thomas Vinterberg
Himself - World Cinema Achievement Award Recipient
Lars von Trier
Himself - World Cinema Achievement Award Recipient
Wim Wenders
Himself - Presenter
Ursula Werner
Herself
David Yates
Himself - Award Recipient
Márton Ágh
Himself
Jens Albinus
Himself (uncredited)
Gabriel Axel
Himself (uncredited)
Christian Fedérico Bakkensen
Himself (uncredited)
Jakob Bascoban
Himself (uncredited)
Ritt Bjerregaard
Herself (uncredited)
Lars Bom
Himself (uncredited)
Klaus Bondam
Himself (uncredited)
Marina Bouras
Herself (uncredited)
Nicolas Bro
Himself (uncredited)
Laura Christensen
Herself (uncredited)
Charlotte Fich
Herself (uncredited)
Per Fly
Himself (uncredited)
Anders Thomas Jensen
Himself (uncredited)
Peter Aalbæk Jensen
Himself (uncredited)
Kronprins Frederik
Himself (uncredited)
Kronprinsesse Mary
Herself (uncredited)
Nikolaj Lie Kaas
Himself (uncredited)
Ole Christian Madsen
Himself (uncredited)
Brian Mikkelsen
Himself (uncredited)
Lene Nystrøm
Herself (uncredited)
Kenneth D. Plummer
Himself (uncredited)
Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Himself (uncredited)
Sonja Richter
Herself (uncredited)
Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis
Herself (uncredited)
Lone Scherfig
Herself (uncredited)
Vibeke Windeløv
Herself (uncredited)
Susse Wold
Herself (uncredited)
Julie R. Ølgaard
Herself (uncredited)
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Trivia
When the presenters of the cinematography award mentioned Spanish cinematographer Oscar Faura's name during scripted remarks immediately before announcing the winner, some of the audience thought he had won the award, and he got on his feet to accept it. The award was instead presented to Marco Onorato.
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Includes a segment of drummer Søren Frost from the Danish Radio Big Band drumming his way out off stage, out of the building, into a taxi and a city bus, passing Copenhagen sights such as Tivoli, the Little Mermaid and Christiania and finally back on stage. It includes undoctored footage of the Queen of Denmark arriving at an exhibit at Køge Skitsesamling with the drums lining the red carpet.
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