Roman Polanski triumphs at European Film Awards

Roman Polanski’s thriller The Ghost Writer was the toast of the European Film Awards, winning six prizes including best film and best director.

The 77-year-old did not attend the ceremony in Estonia, appearing instead via internet video software Skype.

“You have rewarded a truly European venture,” he said from his Paris home.

Scotland’s Ewan McGregor was named best actor for his role in the film as a writer hired to “ghost” the memoirs of a former British prime minister.

McGregor said he would be asleep when his acting award was presented

The Trainspotting star sent a pre-recorded message from the Thailand set of his latest project asking anyone who knew him at the event to contact him if he won.

“I’ll be asleep when the award is presented and it’d be great to find out I’ve won when I wake up,” the 39-year-old continued.


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