Esben Smed (Denmark) in Letters for Amina by Jacob Bitsch
Louis Hofmann (Germany) in Land of mine by Martin Pieter Zandvliet
Maruša Majer (Slovenia) in Ivan by Janez Burger
Alessandro Borghi (Italy) in Don't Be Bad by Claudio Caligari
Victoria Guerra (Portugal) in Cosmos by Andrzej Zulawski
Elīna Vaska (Latvia) in Mellow Mud by Renars Vimba
Tudor Aaron Istodor (Romania) in The Fixer by Adrian Sitaru
Hannah Hoekstra (The Netherlands) in The Fury by André van Duren
Karin Franz Körlof (Sweden) in A Serious Game by Pernille August
Zofia Wichłacz (Poland) in Warshaw 44 by Jan Komasa  

Jury 2017

Dorka Gryllus
Actress
Hungary
Dorka Gryllus
Actress
Hungary

Dorka Gryllus (Actress and Shooting Star 2005 – Hungary)
became a superstar in her native country at the age of 20 with her role in András Sólyom's School of Senses, being named Best Actress at the 2005 Hungarian Film Week for her performance in Robert A. Pejo's drama Pallas Pashamende. The same year, she was selected as one of the European Shooting Stars at the Berlinale. Since then, Dorka has worked on international projects such as Irina Palm by Belgium's Sam Gabarski as well as German film and TV productions, ranging from Fatih Akin's Soul Kitchen to the ZDF two-parter Schicksalsjahre. She received two Best Actress awards for her performance in the Hungarian film Demimonde last year. Dorka has just completed shooting Bridge of Sighs by János Szász, together with former Shooting Star Zsolt Nagy.

Jan Lumholdt
Writer/Critic
Sweden
Jan Lumholdt
Writer/Critic
Sweden

Jan Lumholdt (Writer/Critic – Sweden)
has been a regular contributor and reviewer for the renowned Stockholm daily Svenska Dagbladet since 2001. He studied Literature and Film History at the University of Lund. Among his publications are "Lars von Trier: Interviews" (University Press of Mississippi, 2003) and "Harriet Andersson" (Alfabeta, 2005), for which he was awarded the Jurgen Schildt Award for excellence in cinema writing. Lumholdt is the chairman of The Swedish Association of Film Critics and a member of the Swedish Oscar Committee.

Lucinda Syson
Casting Director
UK
Lucinda Syson
Casting Director
UK

Lucinda Syson (Casting Director – UK)
started her career as a casting director 25 years ago after graduating in French and Linguistics. Her training under Priscilla John began with films like Alien 3 and Seven Years In Tibet. Her first film as casting director was Udayan Prasad's Brothers in Trouble, and Lucinda has since worked with such filmmakers as Luc Besson (Fifth Element), Christopher Nolan (Batman Begins), Alfonso Cuarón (Children Of Men), receiving an Artios nomination for Matthew Vaughn's 2010 film Kick-Ass. She is a member of the International Casting Directors Network and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Pandora da Cunha Telles
Producer
Portugal
Pandora da Cunha Telles
Producer
Portugal

Pandora da Cunha Telles (Producer – Portugal)
started her career in film production in 2001 at Filmes de Fundo and was selected as one of EFP's "Producers on the Move" in Cannes in 2004. In 2009, Pandora established the production company Ukbar Filmes together with Pablo Iraola, producing Vicente Alves do Ó's Florbela, winner of six Sophias (Portuguese academy awards). Her latest productions are The Bridges of Sarajevo (2015), which screened at Cannes' official selection, and The Train of Salt and Sugar by Licinio Azevedo, which premiered in Locarno. At the moment Pandora is finalizing Ukbar's latest features, The Surge by Daniela Thomas and Joaquim by Marcelo Gomes. Pandora is currently the president of APCA (Portuguese Association of Producers of Cinema and Audiovisual).

Xavier Koller
Director
Switzerland
Xavier Koller
Director
Switzerland

Xavier Koller (Director – Switzerland)
initially worked as an actor and director for theatre, television and commercials before making the short fiction film Fano Hill in 1969. His feature debut, Hannibal, premiered in the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes in 1973. In 1991, Koller received the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for Journey Of Hope and has since been based in Los Angeles, working on such English-language features as Squanto, A Warrior's Tale and Ring Of Fire. He has returned to Europe to shoot such films as Gripsholm, Einer wie ich (Someone Like me), Die Schwarzen Brüder and, most recently, Little Mountain Boy (Schellen-Ursli), based on the classic Swiss children's book.

Trailer 2017

news

TIMOTHY SPALL WELCOMES THIS YEAR’S
FINEST YOUNG ACTING TALENT

13.02.2017 - Berlin, Monday 13th February 2017: Tonight the renowed British actor Timothy Spall welcomed to the Berlinale Palast stage this year’s ten up and …

THE 2017 EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS
WELCOMED IN BERLIN BY TESIRO

10.02.2017 - 10th February 2017, Berlin: Before starting into a busy weekend of events and networking opportunities with the international film industry, the ten …

The 2017 EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS:
Ready to Rule the Red Carpet

15.12.2016 - For the 20th edition of EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS the jury of industry experts has selected the ten most gifted performers, that will be presented to …

European Film Promotion Announces the Jury for the 20th Edition of EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS in 2017

17.11.2016 - Today EFP proudly presents the EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS jury for 2017: Hungarian actress and former SHOOTING STAR Dorka Gryllus (Demimonde), British …

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EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS

European Shooting Stars 2017

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Glamour on the red carpet featuring the next wave of European acting talent. One of EFP’s flagship programmes, Shooting Stars, has been introducing up and coming European actors and actresses to the press, industry and public at the Berlinale since 1998. Each year, the new talent is nominated by EFP members, and the final selection of ten is made by an international jury of industry professionals. As a Shooting Star, the actors and actresses attend a series of high-profile private and public events over the festival’s busy first weekend, culminating in the presentation of the Shooting Stars Awards at the Berlinale Palast. As a member of this select group, Shooting Stars meet with the international industry, including Casting Directors, Talent Agents and Producers, which broadens and strengthens their industry alliances and network.

Among the top-flight actors recognized with the Shooting Stars Award over the years are: Daniel Craig, Melanie Laurent, Maria Bonnevie, Rachel Weisz, Carey Mulligan, Daniel Bruhl, Nina Hoss and Maisie Williams.

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