The 33rd edition of the European Film Awards concluded on Saturday 12 December with the livestreamed ceremony of the event's 2020 Grand Finale. The big winner of the night was a film supported by the EU's MEDIA sub-programme of Creative Europe, Druk – Another Round, by Thomas Vinterberg, which received a total of 4 awards: European Film, European Director, European Screenwriter and European Actor.

3 photo stills from the films Another Round Collective and Corpus Christi

Other main awards such as European Actress, European Comedy and European Original Score went to Paula Beer for her roles in Undine by Christian Petzold, The Big Hit by Emmanuel Courcol and to Berlin AlexanderPlatz by Burhan Qurbani, respectively.

Overall, out of the 18 EU-supported films holding a total of 30 nominations, 4 titles: Druk – Another Round, Undine, The Big Hit and Berlin AlexanderPlatz, won 7 awards: European Film, European Director, European Screenwriter, European Actor, European Actress, European Comedy and European Original Score. The EU supported the development, promotion and distribution of these 18 titles with an investment of €3 million, awarded through the Creative Europe MEDIA programme. The Grand Finale also included the announcement of the three finalists of the LUX European Audience Film Award: Druk – Another Round, Corpus Christi and Collective. For the first time, this initiative, led by the European Parliament and the European Film Academy, in partnership with the European Commission and Europa Cinemas, will include a public vote, to bring more European films to a larger European audience.

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