Gopo Awards

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Gopo Awards
Awarded for Best in film
Country Romania
Presented by Association for Romanian Film Promotion
First awarded 2007
Website http://www.premiilegopo.ro/

The Gopo Awards (Romanian: Premiile Gopo) are the national Romanian film awards, similar to the Academy Awards (U.S.A.), the Goya Awards (Spain), or the César Award (France). They are presented by the Association for Romanian Film Promotion and were inaugurated in 2007

Trophy[edit]

They were established in 2007 and were named in honour of Romanian film director Ion Popescu-Gopo, also celebrating the 50th anniversary of his winning a prize in the Cannes Film Festival. The trophy is a sculpture by Romanian artist Adrian Ilfoveanu representing Gopo's Little Man, the main character of Gopo's animation films.The Gopo Prizes honour the best Romanian cinematic achievements of the previous year(or, in the case of the "Best European Film Award,the best European film distributed in Romania in the previous year).

Categories[edit]

  • Best film
  • Best director
  • Best screenplay
  • Best actor
  • Best actress
  • Best actor in supporting role
  • Best actress in supporting role
  • Best cinematography
  • Best film editing
  • Best sound
  • Best original music score
  • Best art direction
  • Best costume design
  • Best documentary film
  • Best short film
  • Best debut
  • Best box office success
  • Life achievement
  • Best European film

Selected winners[edit]

Best film

Best director

Best actor

Best actress

Best screenplay

Lifetime achievement

Best European film

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Stefan Dobroiu (22 March 2017). "Sieranevada nabs the main awards at the Gopos". Cineuropa. 

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