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"The Great Beauty" Tops Europe's Oscars! See Complete Winners List of 26th European Film Awards!

Paolo Sorrentino's "The Great Beauty" dominated the 26th European Film Awards taking home the best film, director, actor, and editing trophies. The counterpart of the Academy Awards completely ignored the big Cannes winner (and possibly Oscar contender) "Blue is The Warmest Color."

Here's the complete list of winners of the 26th European Film Awards:

European Film

La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty)

European Director

Paolo Sorrentino for La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty)

European Actress

Veerle Baetens in The Broken Circle Breakdown

European Actor

Toni Servillo in La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty)

European Screenwriter

François Ozon for Dans La Maison (In the House)

European Comedy

Love Is All You Need, Susanne Bier, Denmark

European Discovery - Prix Fipresci

Oh Boy!, Jan Ole Gerster, Germany

European Animated Feature Film

The Congress, Ari Folman, Israel, Germany, Poland, Luxembourg, France and Belgium

European Documentary

The Act of Killing, Joshua Oppenheimer, Denmark,
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Watch new 'Fill the Void' movie clips. Hadas Yaron, Yiftach Klein star in drama

See new clips from Sony Pictures Classics' Fill the Void (Lemale et ha'halal), starring Hadas Yaron, Irit Sheleg and Yiftach Klein. Directed by Rama Burshtein, the drama, and Israel's official submission for Best Foreign Language film of 2012, opens May 24th, 2013. Fill the Void tells the story of an Orthodox Hassidic family from Tel Aviv. Eighteen-year-old Shira is the youngest daughter of the family. She is about to be married off to a promising young man of the same age and background. It is a dream-come-true, and Shira feels prepared and excited. On Purim, her twenty-eight-year-old sister, Esther, dies while giving birth to her first child. The pain and grief that overwhelm the family postpone Shira’s promised match.
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Fill The Void clip asks Why Do You Want To Marry Me?

Fill the Void movie clip. Watch a new clip from Sony Pictures Classics' Fill the Void, starring Hadas Yaron and Yiftach Klein. The drama directed and written by Rama Burshtein is Israel’s Official Submission for Best Foreign Language Film 2012. Also known as Lemale et ha'halal, Fill the Void tells the story of an Orthodox Hassidic family from Tel Aviv. Eighteen-year-old Shira is the youngest daughter of the family. She is about to be married off to a promising young man of the same age and background. It is a dream-come-true, and Shira feels prepared and excited. On Purim, her twenty-eight-year-old sister, Esther, dies while giving birth to her first child. The pain and grief that overwhelm the family postpone Shira’s promised match.
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Fill The Void clip asks Why Do You Want To Marry Me?

Fill the Void movie clip. Watch a new clip from Sony Pictures Classics' Fill the Void, starring Hadas Yaron and Yiftach Klein. The drama directed and written by Rama Burshtein is Israel’s Official Submission for Best Foreign Language Film 2012. Also known as Lemale et ha'halal, Fill the Void tells the story of an Orthodox Hassidic family from Tel Aviv. Eighteen-year-old Shira is the youngest daughter of the family. She is about to be married off to a promising young man of the same age and background. It is a dream-come-true, and Shira feels prepared and excited. On Purim, her twenty-eight-year-old sister, Esther, dies while giving birth to her first child. The pain and grief that overwhelm the family postpone Shira’s promised match.
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Sony Pictures Classics Scoops Up North American Rights to 'Fill the Void'

Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Rama Burshtein’s directorial debut, Fill the Void. The film, which was also written by Burshtein, played at the recent Venice and Toronto film festivals and will make its U.S. debut at the New York Film Festival this month. The story centers on a young Orthodox Hasidic girl named Shira, whose family is struck by tragedy when her older sister dies in childbirth just when Shira is about to be married. When her sister's husband is pressured to remarry and her mother makes a shocking proposal, Shira is forced to

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