Shooting Stars 2016. - 10 Most Talented Young European Actorsby nativaiva | created - 15 Dec 2015 | updated - 15 Dec 2015 | Public
Each year, European Film Promotion (EFP), a network of promotion and marketing organisations from 35 European countries, presents the most talented young actors from throughout Europe to the press, public and industry during the Berlin International Film Festival. Actors with established national careers are suddenly on the international stage at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival. Among the actors recognized with the SHOOTING STARS AWARD over the years are such top-flight actors as Rachel Weisz, Franka Potente, Daniel Craig, Nina Hoss, Ludivine Sagnier, Daniel Brühl, Matthias Schoenaerts, Lucy Punch, Mélanie Laurent, Anamaria Marinca, Carey Mulligan, Sarah Bolger, Andrea Riseborough, Alicia Vikander, Bill Skarsgård, Riz Ahmed and Adèle Haenel.
1. Lou de Laâge
Actress | Les innocentes
Actress | Black
Actress | Zvizdan
4. Jella Haase
Actress | Fack ju Göhte
Actress | Benedetta
Daphné Patakia grew up in Belgium and graduated from the Greek National Theatre. In 2016 she was named as one of European films' Shooting Stars by European Film Promotion. She is known for Tony Gatlif's Djam (2017). The film premiered in 2017 Cannes Film Festival. She stars in Yorgos Lanthimos's ...
Actor | Þrestir
Atli Óskar received the prestigious Berlinale European Shooting Stars nomination in wake of starring in Rúnar Rúnarsson's Þrestir (2015). A film that won the Golden Shell at the 63rd San Sebastián Film Festival. Through his teenage and young-adult years he has garnered an impressive body of ...
Actress | Counterpart
Born in Pescara, Sara Serraiocco developed from a young age a passion for dance and cinema, and she later worked as a dance teacher too (cut). She moved to Rome in 2010where she attended the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, the Italian National Film School.
After appearing in one episode of ...
Actor | De Heineken ontvoering
Actress | Exodus: Gods and Kings
She began acting in 2002, when film director Manuel Martin Cuenca chose her from 3000 girls to be the lead actress in his film "The Bolshevik's Weakness". One year later, Maria's work impressed both the audience and the Spanish Film Academy, who awarded her with the Goya for Best Newcomer. Since ...