Titles making the cut include Roman Polanski’s “Ghost Writer”
The European Film Academy on Thursday recommended 46 titles that deserve nominations for the 2010 European Film Awards.
Among those that made the cut are Roman Polanski's "Ghost Writer," Jean-Luc Godard's "Film Socialism," and Mike Leigh's "Another Year."
In total 32 countries are represented; in the 20 countries with the most EFA members, a national film was voted directly onto the list, with the remaining chosen by a selection committee.
Nominees will be unveiled Nov. 6; the awards ceremony will be held Dec. 4 in Talinn, Estonia.
The complete list of titles can be found here.