List of European films nominated by the national European film academies and not recognised by the European Film Academy

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The following is a list of European films nominated by the:

for Best Foreign Film, Best European Film categories and at the same time work has not been recognised by the European Film Academy with single nomination in any category for the European Film Awards. List includes only film produced (or co-produced) by one of the European country.

2004

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
The Flower of Evil Goya Award for Best European Film (n) Claude Chabrol
French
France French

2005

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Monsieur Ibrahim Goya Award for Best European Film (n) François Dupeyron
French
France French

2006

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Match Point Goya Award for Best European Film (n) Woody Allen
American
United Kingdom, Luxembourg English
Buttoners Polish Academy Award for Best European Film (n) Petr Zelenka
Czech
Czech Republic Czech, English, Japanese

2007

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Tell No One BIFA Award for Best Foreign Independent Film (n) Guillaume Canet
French
France French
Once BIFA Award for Best Foreign Independent Film (n) John Carney
Irish
Ireland English
Copying Beethoven Goya Award for Best European Film (n)
Polish Academy Award for Best European Film (n)
Agnieszka Holland
Polish
Germany, United States, Hungary English
Scoop Goya Award for Best European Film (n) Woody Allen
American
United Kingdom, United States English

2008

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Eastern Promises César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) David Cronenberg
Canadian
United Kingdom, United States, Canada English, Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language (n)
BIFA Award for Best Foreign Independent Film (n)
Polish Academy Award for Best European Film (n)
Julian Schnabel
American
France, United States French
Mamma Mia! Polish Academy Award for Best European Film (n)
Amanda Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
Phyllida Lloyd
British
United Kingdom, United States, Sweden English
Empties Polish Academy Award for Best European Film (n) Jan Svěrák
Czech
Czech Republic, United Kingdom Czech

2009

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Eldorado César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Bouli Lanners
Belgian
Belgium French
The Dark Knight Goya Award for Best European Film (n) Christopher Nolan
British-American
United States, United Kingdom English
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Goya Award for Best European Film (n)
IFTA Award for Best International Film (n)
Mark Herman
British
United Kingdom English
In Bruges IFTA Award for Best International Film (w) Martin McDonagh
British-Irish
United Kingdom, United States English, French, Flemish

2010

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Vicky Cristina Barcelona Polish Academy Award for Best European Film (n) Woody Allen
American
Spain, United States English, Spanish
A Town Called Panic César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Stéphane Aubier
Belgian
Vincent Patar
Belgian
Belgium French
Welcome David di Donatello for Best European Film (n) Philippe Lioret
French
France French, English, Kurdish, Turkish
Inglourious Basterds Amanda Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Quentin Tarantino
American
Germany, United States English, German, French, Italian

2011

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Biutiful BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language (n) Alejandro González Iñárritu
Mexican
Mexico, Spain Spanish, Chinese, Wolof
I Am Love BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language (n)
BIFA Award for Best Foreign Independent Film (n)
Luca Guadagnino
Italian
Italy Italian
Inception César Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
IFTA Award for Best International Film (n)
Amanda Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
Christopher Nolan
British-American
United Kingdom, United States English
Illegal César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Olivier Masset-Depasse
Belgian
Belgium French

2012

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Jane Eyre Goya Award for Best European Film (n) Cary Fukunaga
American
United Kingdom, United States English
Play Amanda Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Ruben Östlund
Swedish
Sweden Swedish
Senna IFTA Award for Best International Film (n) Asif Kapadia
British
United Kingdom, France English, Portuguese, French, Japanese
Dogtooth Guldbagge Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Yorgos Lanthimos
Greek
Greece Greek

2013

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Rust and Bone BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language (n)
BIFA Award for Best Foreign Independent Film (n)
Goya Award for Best European Film (n)
David di Donatello for Best European Film (n)
Robert Award for Best Non-American Film (n)
Jacques Audiard
French
France, Belgium French
Bullhead César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Michaël R. Roskam
Belgian
Belgium Dutch, French
Oslo, August 31st César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Joachim Trier
Norwegian
Norway Norwegian
Skyfall David di Donatello for Best European Film (n) Sam Mendes
British
United Kingdom, United States English
Quartet David di Donatello for Best European Film (n) Dustin Hoffman
American
United Kingdom English
Holy Motors Robert Award for Best Non-American Film (n) Leos Carax
French
France, Germany French, English, Chinese

2014

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
Gravity César Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
IFTA Award for Best International Film (n)
Amanda Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
Alfonso Cuarón
Mexican
United States, United Kingdom English
Venus in Fur David di Donatello for Best European Film (w) Matthew Warchus
Polish-French
France, Poland French
Still Life David di Donatello for Best European Film (n) Uberto Pasolini
Polish-Italian
United Kingdom, Italy English
12 Years a Slave César Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
Guldbagge Award for Best Foreign Film (n)
IFTA Award for Best International Film (n)
Steve McQueen
British
United States, United Kingdom English
Rush Robert Award for Best Non-American Film (n) Ron Howard
American
United Kingdom, Germany, United States English

2015

Film Award and Category Director
(nationality)
Country of production Language(s)
The Grand Budapest Hotel César Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Wes Anderson
American
United States, Germany, United Kingdom English
The Theory of Everything David di Donatello for Best European Film (w)
IFTA Award for Best International Film (n)
James Marsh
British
United Kingdom English
Pride David di Donatello for Best European Film (n) Matthew Warchus
British
United Kingdom, France English
Interstellar Amanda Award for Best Foreign Film (n) Christopher Nolan
British-American
United States, United Kingdom English
20,000 Days on Earth Robert Award for Best Non-American Film (n) Iain Forsyth
British
Jane Pollard
British
United Kingdom English

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