European Film Awards
'Toni Erdmann' - a fierce critique of financial capitalism and the world of contemporary work - was a big winner at this year's European Film Awards.
A German-Austrian comedy drama has swept the board at this year’s European Film Awards.
The final countdown is on to Saturday’s European Film Awards, hosted this time in the Polish city of Wroclaw, the European Capital of Culture.
Valerie Bruni Tedeschi is among the nominees for Best Actress in the European Film Awards for her performance in the movie “Like Crazy".
Maren Ade’s ‘Toni Erdmann’ leads the pack for the European Film Awards with six nominations including Best Film and Best Director.
There is glitz and glamour in Berlin, as big names in the movie industry arrive for the the European Film Awards. German director Sebastian Schipper
Michael Caine along with Harvey Keitel star in the Italian comedy-drama “Youth” written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino. It is one of the movies –