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Trio of EFA nominations for “Caesar Must Die”

Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's documentary Caesar Must Die (pictured), which won the Golden Bear in Berlin earlier this year, has landed three nominations at the 25th European Film Awards.
November 5, 2012

Paolo and Vittorio Taviani’s documentary¬†Cesare deve morire (Caesar Must Die), which won the Golden Bear in Berlin earlier this year, has landed three nominations at the 25th European Film Awards (EFA).

The film (pictured above) sees convicted prisoners perform the works of Shakespeare, and is the only documentary nominated for an EFA.

In the main European Film 2012 category, it is up against five fiction films: Michael Haneke’s Amour (Love), Christian Petzold’s Barbara, Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano’s Intouchables (Untouchable), Steve McQueen’s Shame, and Thomas Vinterberg’s Jagten (The Hunt).

The Tavianis are also nominated in the European Director 2012 category, and the doc’s editor Roberto Perpignani is nominated for his work on the film in the European Editor 2012 category.

 

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