Inspired by a successfully and passionately run model in Québec, the Prix collégial du cinéma québécois (PCCQ), Filmfest Hamburg and the European Film Academy (EFA) launched in 2016 the European University Film Award (EUFA) - presented and voted by European university students. The aim of this initiative is to involve a younger audience, to spread the "European idea" and to transport the spirit of European cinema to an audience of university students. It shall also support film dissemination, film education and the culture of debating.In its First Edition in 2016 it started with 13 universities from 13 different European countries. The Second Edition in 2017 already saw a number of 20 participants, in 2018 the number grow to 22 universities from 22 different countries. While the Fourth Edi

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  • Inspired by a successfully and passionately run model in Québec, the Prix collégial du cinéma québécois (PCCQ), Filmfest Hamburg and the European Film Academy (EFA) launched in 2016 the European University Film Award (EUFA) - presented and voted by European university students. The aim of this initiative is to involve a younger audience, to spread the "European idea" and to transport the spirit of European cinema to an audience of university students. It shall also support film dissemination, film education and the culture of debating.In its First Edition in 2016 it started with 13 universities from 13 different European countries. The Second Edition in 2017 already saw a number of 20 participants, in 2018 the number grow to 22 universities from 22 different countries. While the Fourth Edition in 2019 was launched with 24 universities from 24 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.Based on the 46 feature films and 12 documentaries eligible for the European Film Award 2019 a committee of film experts nominated five films from five European countries for the 4th European University Film Award. These five films were viewed and discussed in the respective university classes and each institution selected its favourite film. One student representative for each of the 24 universities came to Hamburg for a three-day deliberation meeting in December. During those three days the students discussed all films together, exchanged arguments and voted for the winner. The Award was announced as an official category during the 32nd European Film Awards in Berlin in December 2019.The following universities participate in the 4th EUFA edition: * Austria: University of Vienna * Belgium: University of Antwerp * Czech Republic: Charles University/Prague * Finland: University of Turku * France: Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3 * Germany: University of Rostock, Film University Babelsberg * Greece: University of the Aegean/Mytilini (Lesbos) * Hungary: Pázmány Péter Catholic University/Budapest * Iceland: University of Iceland * Ireland: University College Cork * Israel: Steve Tisch School of Cinema and Television Studies * Italy: University of Udine * Latvia: Latvian Academy of Culture * Lithuania: Vilnius University * Netherlands: Utrecht University * Poland: University of Lodz * Portugal: University of Beira Interior * Romania: Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania * Serbia: University of Arts Belgrade * Spain: University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) * Sweden: Linnaeus University/Växjö * Switzerland: University of Lausanne * Turkey: Kadir Has University/Istanbul * United Kingdom: John Moores University/Liverpool (en)
  • The European University Film Award is one of the awards presented by the European Film Academy, it was first awarded at the 29th European Film Awards in 2016 and is presented and voted by European university students. (en)
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  • Inspired by a successfully and passionately run model in Québec, the Prix collégial du cinéma québécois (PCCQ), Filmfest Hamburg and the European Film Academy (EFA) launched in 2016 the European University Film Award (EUFA) - presented and voted by European university students. The aim of this initiative is to involve a younger audience, to spread the "European idea" and to transport the spirit of European cinema to an audience of university students. It shall also support film dissemination, film education and the culture of debating.In its First Edition in 2016 it started with 13 universities from 13 different European countries. The Second Edition in 2017 already saw a number of 20 participants, in 2018 the number grow to 22 universities from 22 different countries. While the Fourth Edi (en)
  • The European University Film Award is one of the awards presented by the European Film Academy, it was first awarded at the 29th European Film Awards in 2016 and is presented and voted by European university students. (en)
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