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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

2009 Bodil Awards Nominations and Winners


Winners are in Red.

These awards are presented by the Association of Danish Film Critics and Journalists and recently announced the nominations. My Danish is very basic but here are some of the nominees.

Best Danish Film
Flammen & Citronen, Ole Christian Madsen
Frygtelig Lykkelig (Terribly Happy), Henrik Ruben Genz
Gå med fred Jamil (Go with Peace Jamil), Omar Shargawi
Lille soldat (Little Soldier), Annette K. Olesen
To verdener (Worlds Apart), Niels Arden Oplev

Best American Film
The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan
Juno, Jason Reitman
No Country For Old Men, Ethan & Joel Coen
There Will Be Blood, Paul Thomas Anderson
Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Woody Allen

Best Foreign Film (other than USA)
El Orfanato (The Orphanage), Juan Antonio Bayona, Spain)
Control, Anton Corbijn, UK)
Gomorra, Matteo Garrone, Italy)
Låt den rätte komma in (Let the Right One In), Tomas Alfredson, Sweden
Maria Larssons eviga ögonblick (Maria Larsson’ Everlasting Moment), Jan Troell, Sweden

To check the nominees and winners in all the categories go here available only in Danish.

I imagine that many of you are surprised, as me, to find Vicky Cristina Barcelona competing against Juno, No Country For Old Men, There Will Be Blood and The Dark Knight, isn’t strange? I find this category absolutely interesting, but not that hard to define my vote. But the most interesting and difficult has to be the foreign film category.

The awards ceremony will be on March 1st.

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