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European Film Academy Documentary Nominations Announced

The European Film Academy has announced the nominations in the category European Film Academy Documentary 2006 – Prix Arte. There is a total of eight documentary films nominated. This year’s documentary jury will now convene in Berlin to screen the nominated films and decide on the winner of the European Film Academy – Prix Arte.
Appointed by the European Film Academy and Arte, the members of the documentary jury are:
  • Adela Peeva – director/producer, Bulgaria
  • Thomas Riedelsheimer – director, Germany
  • Dorota Roszkowska – producer, Poland
In association with the French-German culture channel ARTE, the winner will be presented at the European Film Awards Ceremony on Saturday, December 2, in Warsaw.
The nominated documentaries are:
  • 37 Uses For A Dead Sheep by Ben Hopkins, UK
  • Die Grosse Stille (Into Great Silence) by Philip Gröning, Germany
  • Dreaming By Numbers by Anna Bucchetti, The Netherlands
  • La Casa De Mi Abuela (Grandmother's House) by Adan Aliaga, Spain
  • Maradona, Un Gamin En Or (Maradona, Tho Golden Kid) by Jean-Christophe Rosé, France
  • Moadon Beit Hakvarot (The Cemetery Club)
    by Tali Shemesh, Israel
  • Rybak I Tantsovshitsa (The Fisherman and the Dancing Girl) by Valeriy Solomin, Russia
  • Unser Taglich Brot (Our Daily Bread) by Nikolaus Geyrhalter, Austria


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