NOMINEES 2018/19

The prize is awarded in following nominations:
 

"Best feature film"; "Best director"; "Best screenplay"; "Best cinematography"; 

"Best production design"; "Best music"; "Best actor in a leading role"; "Best actress in a leading role"; "Best actor in a supporting role"; "Best actress in a supporting role";

"For contribution to cinema"

THE SHORT LIST OF THE "EAST-WEST. GOLDEN ARCH" CINEMA AWARD 2018/2019

Best feature film

 

  • "Cold War" (director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Producers Ewa Puszczynska, Tanya Seghatchian, Piotr Dzieciol. Poland, UK, France. 2018)
  • "The Man Who Surprised Everyone" (directors: Natalya Merkulova; Aleksey Chupov. Producer Ekaterina Filippova. Russia, Estonia, France. 2018)

  • "The Summer" (director: Kirill Serebrennikov. Producers Ilya Stewart, Murad Osmann, Pavel Burya. Russia. 2018)

  • "The Wild Pear Tree" (director: Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Producer Zeynep Ozbatur Atakan. Turkey, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Sweden. 2018)


Best director

 

  • Nuri Bilge Ceylan ("The Wild Pear Tree". Turkey, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Sweden. 2018)

  • Pawel Pawlikowski ("Cold War". Poland, UK, France. 2018)
  • Kirill Serebrennikov ("The Summer". Russia. 2018)


Best screenplay
 
  • Radu Jude ("I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians". Director: Radu Jude. Romania. 2018)
  • Sergey Loznitsa ("Donbass". Director Sergey Loznitsa. Ukraine. 2018)

  • Natalya Merkulova, Aleksey Chupov ("The Man Who Surprised Everyone". Directors: Natalya Merkulova; Aleksey Chupov. Russia, Estonia, France. 2018)
  • Pawel Pawlikowski, Janusz Glowacki, Piotr Borkowski ("Cold War". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)


Best cinematography

 

  • Kaloyan Bozhilov ("Aga". Director: Milko Lazarov. Bulgaria, Germany, France. 2017)
  • Matyas Erdely ("Sunset". Director: Laszlo Nemes. Hungary, France. 2017)

  • Giorgi Shvelidze ("Namme". Director: Zaza Khalvashi. Georgia, Lithuania. 2017)

  • Lukasz Zal ("Cold war". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)

Best art director
 
  • Elena Okopnaya ("Dovlatov". Director: Alexey German Jr. Russia, Poland, Serbia. 2018)
  • Andrey Ponkratov ("The Summer". Director: Kirill Serebrennikov. Russia. 2018)

  • Laszlo Rajk ("Sunset". Director: Laszlo Nemes. Hungary, France. 2017)


Best music

 

  • Roman Bilyk and German Osipov ("The Summer". Director: Kirill Serebrennikov. Russia. 2018)
  • Marcin Masecki ("Cold War". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)

  • Laszlo Melis ("Sunset". Director: Laszlo Nemes. Hungary, France. 2017)


Best actor in a leading role

 

  • Tomasz Kot ("Cold war". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)

  • Milan Maric ("Dovlatov". Director: Alexey German Jr. Russia, Poland, Serbia, 2018)

  • Evgeniy Tsyganov ("The Man Who Surprised Everyone". Directors: Natalya Merkulova; Aleksey Chupov. Russia, Estonia, France. 2018)

Best actress in a leading role

 

  • Martina Apostolova ("Irina". Director: Nadejda Koseva. Bulgaria. 2018)

  • Joanna Kulig ("Cold War". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)
  • Samal Yeslyamova ("Ayka". Director: Sergey Dvortsevoy. Russia, Germany, Poland, Kazakhstan, China. 2018)


Best actor in a supporting role

  • Roman Bilyk ("The Summer". Director: Kirill Serebrennikov. Russia. 2018)

  • Murat Cemcir ("The Wild Pear Tree". Director: Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Turkey, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Sweden. 2018)
  • Borys Szyc ("Cold War". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)


Best actress in a supporting role

  • Natalya Kudryashova ("The Man Who Surprised Everyone". Directors: Natalya Merkulova; Aleksey Chupov. Russia, Estonia, France. 2018)
  • Agata Kulesza ("Cold War". Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Poland, UK, France. 2018)

  • Irina Starshenbaum ("The Summer". Director: Kirill Serebrennikov. Russia. 2018)

 
THE LONG LIST OF THE "EAST-WEST. GOLDEN ARCH" CINEMA AWARD

 

Long list includes 38 movies, in production of which participated countries of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. 

  1. "Aga", Milko Lazarov (Bulgaria, Germany, France)
     

  2. "Anna's War", Alexey Fedorchenko (Russia)
     

  3. "Ayka", Sergey Dvortsevoy (Russia, Germany, Poland, Kazakhstan, China)
     

  4. "Bad Poems", Gabor Reisz (Hungary, France)
     

  5. "Cold War", Pawel Pawlikowski (Poland, United Kingdom, France)
     

  6. "Core of the World", Natalia Meschaninova (Russian, Lithuania)
     

  7. "Crystal Swan", Darya Zhuk (Belarus, United States, Germany, Russia)
     

  8. "Deep Rivers", Vladimir Bitokov (Russia)
     

  9. "Donbass", Sergei Loznitsa (Germany, France, Ukraine, Netherlands, Romania)
     

  10. "Don't Forget Me", Ram Nehari (Israel, France, Germany)
     

  11. "Dovlatov", Aleksei German Jr., (Poland, Russia, Serbia)
     

  12. "Euthanizer", Teemu Nikki (Finland)
     

  13. "The Eighth Commissioner", Ivan Salaj (Croatia)
     

  14. "The Gentle Indifference of the World", Adilkhan Yerzhanov (Kazakhstan, France)
     

  15. "I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians", Radu Jude (Romania, Czech
    Republic, France, Bulgaria, Germany)
     

  16. "The Interpreter", Martin Sulík (Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria)
     

  17. "Irina", Nadejda Koseva (Bulgaria)
     

  18. "Ivan", Janez Burger (Slovenia, Croatia)
     

  19. "The Lord Eagle", Eduard Novikov (Russia) 
     

  20. "The Man Who Surprised Everyone", Aleksey Chupov and Natalya Merkulova (Russia,
    Estonia, France)
     

  21. "The Marriage", Blerta Zeqiri (Kosovo, Albania)
     

  22. "Mug", Małgorzata Szumowska (Poland)
     

  23. "Munabia", Taalaibek Kulmendeev (Kyrgyzstan)
     

  24. "Namme", Zaza Khalvashi (Georgia)
     

  25. "Nina", Olga Chajdas (Poland)
     

  26. "Offenders", Dejan Zecevic (Serbia) 
     

  27. "Omnipresent", Ilian Djevelekov (Bulgaria)
     

  28. "To Be Continued", Ivars Seleckis (Latvia)
     

  29. "Secret Ingredient", Gjorce Stavreski (Macedonia, Greece)
     

  30. "Spitak", Alexander Kott (Armenia, Russia)
     

  31. "The Summer", Kirill Serebrennikov (Russia)
     

  32. "Suleiman Mountain", Elizaveta Stishova (Kyrgyzstan, Russia)
     

  33. "Sunset", Laszlo Nemes (Hungary, France)
     

  34. "Take It or Leave It", Liina Trishkina-Vanhatalo (Estonia)
     

  35. "Touch Me Not", Adina Pintilie (Romania, Germany, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, France)
     

  36. "Volkano", Roman Bondarchuk (Germany, Ukraine)
     

  37. "The Wild Pear Tree", Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Turkey, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Sweden)
     

  38. "Winter Flies", Olmo Omerzu (Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland, Slovakia)