The 29th European Film Awards has been presented in Wroclaw, Poland, European Capital of Culture 2016. And this is what you'd call a clean sweep. The complete list of nominees with the winners in bold:

EUROPEAN FILM


Elle.

I, Daniel Blake.

Julieta.

Room.

Toni Erdmann.

EUROPEAN DIRECTOR


Maren Ade for Toni Erdmann.

Pedro Almodóvar for Julietta.

Ken Loach for I, Daniel Blake.

Cristian Mungiu for Graduation.

Paul Verhoeven for Elle.

EUROPEAN ACTOR


Javier Cámara for Truman.

Hugh Grant for Florence Foster Jenkins.

Dave Johns for I, Daniel Blake.

Burghart Klaußner for The People vs. Fritz Bauer.

Rolf Lassgård for A Man Called Ove.

Peter Simonischek for Toni Erdmann.

EUROPEAN ACTRESS


Valeria Bruni Tedeschi for Like Crazy.

Trine Dyrholm for The Commune.

Sandra Hüller for Toni Erdmann.

Isabelle Huppert for Elle.

Emma Suárez and Adriana Ugarte for Julieta.

EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER


Maren Ade for Toni Erdmann.

Emma Donoghue for Room.

Paul Laverty for I, Daniel Blake.

Cristian Mungiu for Graduation.

Tomasz Wasilewski for United States of Love.

EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY


21 x New York.

A Family Affair.

Fire at Sea.

Mr. Gaga.

S is for Stanley.

The Land of the Enlightened.

EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM


My Life as a Zucchini.

Psiconautas, The Forgotten Children.

The Red Turtle.

EUROPEAN COMEDY


A Man Called Ove.

Look Who's Back.

One Man and His Cow.

EUROPEAN DISCOVERY - PRIX FIPRESCI


Dogs.

Liebmann.

Sand Storm.

The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki.

Thirst.

EUROPEAN SHORT FILM


9 Days - From My Window in Aleppo.

90 Degrees North.

A Man Returned.

Amalimbo.

Edmond.

Home.

I'm Not from Here.

In the Distance.

Limbo.

Shooting Star.

Small Talk.

The Fullness of Time (Romance).

The Goodbye.

The Wall.

We All Love the Sea Shore.

PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD


Małgorzata Szumowska's Body.

EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY FILM AWARD


Fire at Sea.

Graduation.

I, Daniel Blake.

The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki.

Toni Erdmann.

As previously announced, Pierce Brosnan received the European Achievement in World Cinema award. Leontine Petit wins the European Co-Production Award —Prix Eurimages. The Honorary Award of the EFA President and Board goes to the late director Andrzej Wajda. And the Lifetime Achievement Award has been presented to Jean-Claude Carrière.

And last month, a seven-member jury—production designer Benoît Barouh, costume designer Paco Delgado, cinematographer Martin Gschlacht, sound designer Dean Humphreys, editor Era Lapid, make-up artist Waldemar Pokromski and composer Giuliano Taviani—announced the winners of the Excellence Awards: