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GLS GERMANY

picture: Eva Oertwig
 

 GLS sustainably delivers the European Film Awards

For the ninth time in a row, GLS is the Official Logistics Partner of the European Film Academy (EFA). GLS picks up the silver trophies at their creator, jewellery designer Theo Fennell in London, and takes care of the dispatch and that the statuettes arrive safely in the city of action – again: Berlin. GLS returns the statuettes to Fennell’s workshop for engraving after the ceremony and finally delivers them securely to the winners across Europe.


OTTOLINA

 
 
  

Ottolina is an Italian premium coffee directly from Milan.

We have been roasting selected coffee beans for over 70 years, in a high quality. Everyone in Italy and in the region around Milan knows Ottolina. We have made it our business to bring the delicious Italian coffee to Germany and make it known. In our Coffee Online Shop www.ottolina.de you can order our products. The EFA Film Award is a great opportunity for us to present our Ottolina products. We want other people to be enthusiastic about our coffee. We think that we share the coffee with the right people. Here Ottolina gets the right appreciation.


ŠKODA

EFA President Wim and Donata Wenders
 

Films inspire people everywhere and enrich their daily lives. This is exactly what ŠKODA does with clever, contemporary mobility solutions. And as a long-standing partner to the event, ŠKODA will again be supporting the European Film Awards in 2020. Although the awards this year are to be presented virtually, ŠKODA will ensure that the presenters of the individual categories and moderator Steven Gätjen stay mobile. They will all be driven to the awards on 12 December 2020 in Berlin in the electrified ŠKODA SUPERB iV. Fitted with plug-in hybrid drive, the limousines combine low emissions with high comfort.

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CINEUROPA

  
 

Cineuropa is an online information portal that promotes cinema and culture world-wide. The website is updated on a daily basis in four languages (English, French, Italian and Spanish), and is specially designed for both wider audiences and industry readers.
Having started off as a pure cinema site, Cineuropa has since extended its range of coverage, producing several analyses on the state of culture in Europe and elsewhere. Cineuropa offers an ample selection of content: special reports, country focuses, making-ofs, film and company databases, script analysis, and online training courses, to name but a few.

 
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