EFA 2020 : Collective Wins European Documentary

Romanian-Luxembourg co-production COLLECTIVE directed by Alexander Nanau ( Samsa Film) has won the European Documentary 2020 Award at the 33rd  European Film Awards. Collective has also been nominated for the LUX European Audience Film Award 2021.

Hosted by German TV, Grand Finale EFA 2020 took place virtually on Saturday 12 December 2020, without an audience and streamed from Berlin, where the EFA headquarters are located. Reykjavik, the city where the ceremony was originally scheduled to take place, will host the event in 2022.

The EFA's more than 3.800 members (film professionals from all over Europe) voted for this year's European Film Awards.

Collective was also selected among the three films which will compete for the LUX European Audience Film Award, presented by the European Parliament and the EFA in partnership with the European Commission and Europa Cinemas. From December 2020 to March 2021, the public will be invited to view the films and vote. The winner of the prize will be revealed on 28 April 2021 at a ceremony in the European Parliament.