The actress was speaking at the European Film Awards in Malta, where she received an honorary award.
What does EFA stand for?
EFA stands for European Film Awards
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More than 2,700 film professionals from across Europe, who make up the European Film Academy, voted for the 25th European Film Awards, the organizers said on the awards website, www.
He said: "Mum told me that in 1990, when Glasgow was the European City of Culture, Gran returned to Scotland as a member of the jury at the European Film Awards.
Akin's new-wave cinema has fetched him several major awards, including the Golden Bear at Berlin and the Best Film trophy at the 2004 European Film Awards for Head On.
Director and co-writer Jacques Audiard (The Beat That My Heart Skipped) won the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes this year, and he was nominated as Best Director at the European Film Awards.
The most outstanding international event of 2010 will be "The 23rd European Film Awards," on Dec.
His second feature, "Divine Intervention," won the Jury Prize at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival and the Best Foreign Film award at the European Film Awards.
The list of nominees, released on Dec 15, included films from Italy, Chile, Spain, France and Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke's White Ribbon, which swept prizes at the 22nd European Film Awards.