Close, Holy Spider And Triangle of Sadness Top 2022 European Film Awards Noms

Feb 9, 2023

The 35th European Film Awards nominations were announced Tuesday morning and, for the first time in recent memory, they may influence the upcoming 2023 Oscar season. International Film contenders Lukas Dhont’s “Close” and Ali Abbasi’s “Holy Spider” as well as Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or winner “Triangle of Sadness” taking four nominations each. They were joined in the prestigious European Film category by Carla Simón’s “Alcarràs” and Marie Kreutzer’s “Corsage.”
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This year’s ceremony will occur on December 10, in Reykjavík, Iceland. Again, the early announcement of this year’s winners will be a boon for movies not only in the International Film race but pictures such as “Close” attempting to crack the Best Picture field and contenders such as “Corsage” where Vicky Krieps has an outside shot at a Best Actress nomination.
Other notable nominees included “Saint Omer’s” Alice Diop and “EO’s” Jerzy Skolimowski for European Director, “Parallel Mothers” Penélope Cruz and “One Fine Morning’s” Léa Seydoux for European Actress, “Aftersun’s” Paul Mescal for European Actor (perhaps a Best Actor darkhorse) and, in something of a surprise, Oscar-winner Kenneth Branagh for European Screenwriter for “Belfast.”
This year’s nominees are as follows:
European Film
Alcarràs (Sp-It)
Director Carla Simón, producers María Zamora, Stefan Schmitz, Tono Folguera & Giovanni Pompili  
Close (Bel-Fr-Neth)
Director Lukas Dhont, producers Michiel Dhont, Dirk Impens, Michel Saint-Jean, Laurette Schillings, Arnold Heslenfeld, Frans van Gestel & Jacques-Henri Bronckart
Corsage (Austria-Lux-Ger-France)
Director Marie Kreutzer, producers Alexander Glehr, Johanna Scherz, Bernard Michaux, Jonas Dornbach, Janine Jackowski, Maren Ade & Jean-Christophe Reymond
Holy Spider (Den-Ger-Swe-Fr)
Director by Ali Abbasi, producers Sol Bondy & Jacob Jarek
Triangle Of Sadness (Swe-Ger-Fr-UK)
Directed by Ruben Östlund, producers Erik Hemmendorff & Philippe Bober  
European Documentary
A House Made Of Splinters (Den-Swe-Fin-Ukr)
Director Simon Lereng Wilmont
Girl Gang (Switz)
Director Susanne Regina Meures (Switzerland)
Mariupolis 2 (Lithuania-Fr-Ger)
Director Mantas Kvedaravičius
The Balcony Movie (Pol)
Director Paweł Łoziński  
The March On Rome (It)
Director Mark Cousins  
European Director
Lukas Dhont for Close
Marie Kreutzer for Corsage
Jerzy Skolimowski for EO
Ali Abbasi for Holy Spider
Alice Diop for Saint Omer
Ruben Östlund for Triangle Of Sadness
European Actress
Vicky Krieps in Corsage
Zar Amir Ebrahimi in Holy Spider
Léa Seydoux in One Fine Morning
Penélope Cruz in Parallel Mothers
Meltem Kaptan in Rabiye Kurnaz Vs. George W. Bush
European Actor
Paul Mescal in Aftersun
Eden Dambrine in Close
Elliott Crosset Hove in Godland
Pierfrancesco Favino in Nostalgia
Zlatko Burić in Triangle Of Sadness
European Screenwriter
Carla Simón & Arnau Vilaró for Alcarràs
Kenneth Branagh for Belfast
Lukas Dhont & Angelo Tijssens for Close
Ali Abbasi & Afshin Kamran Bahrami for Holy Spider
Ruben Östlund for Triangle Of Sadness
European Discovery – Prix FIPRESCI
107 Mothers (Slovakia-Czech Rep-Ukr)
Director Peter Kerekes
Love According To Dalva (Bel-Fr)
Director Emmanuelle Nicot  
Other People (Pol-Fr)
Director Aleksandra Terpińska  
Pamfir (Ukr-Fr-Pol-Ger-Chile)
Director Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk
Small Body (It-Slovenia-Fr)
Director Laura Samani
Sonne Director Kurdwin Ayub

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