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Three prizes for Scandinavia at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles

Three prizes for Scandinavia at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles

Swedish director Gabriela Pichler's feature debut, Eat Sleep Die, added the Grand Jury Award-New Auteurs to the collection, while two Danish films won audience prizes  

12/11/2012 | Awards | USA/Scandinavia

Pernilla August’s Beyond wins Nordic Council Film Prize

Pernilla August’s Beyond wins Nordic Council Film Prize

Swedish actress-turned-director Pernilla August’s feature debut, Beyond, was today (October 17) awarded the Nordic Council Film Prize – Sweden’s third win of Scandinavia’s €47,000 and largest film...  

17/10/2011 | Awards | Scandinavia

Helen Mirren to chair Nordic Council Film Prize jury

Helen Mirren to chair Nordic Council Film Prize jury

UK Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren will chair over the jury voting for the winner of the Nordic Council Film Prize - Scandinavia's largest film award which comes with a €47,000 cheque to be...  

15/09/2011 | Awards | Scandinavia

Submarino scoops 2010 Nordic Council Film Prize

Scandinavia’s most prestigious film award, the Nordic Council Film Prize, was presented yesterday to Thomas Vinterberg's Danish title Submarino. The cash prize of DKK 250,000 (approximately...  

21/10/2010 | Awards | Scandinavia

Vinterberg, Kári among Nordic Council Film Prize nominees

Vinterberg, Kári among Nordic Council Film Prize nominees

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond announced yesterday that Berlin competition title Submarino by Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg is one of the five Nordic films competing for the prestigious 2010...  

25/08/2010 | Awards | Scandinavia

Five Bodils for Antichrist, four Cannons for Upperdog

Five Bodils for Antichrist, four Cannons for Upperdog

Lars von Trier’s Antichrist dominated yesterday’s Bodil Awards ceremony, organised by the Danish Film Critics Association in Copenhagen. A few days earlier, in Trondheim, Norway, Norwegian film...  

22/03/2010 | Awards | Scandinavia

Antichrist wins Nordic Council Film Prize

The 2009 Nordic Council Film Prize and its cash envelope of DKK 350,000 (€47,000) have been awarded to the Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier and his producer Meta Louise Foldager (Zentropa) for the...  

22/10/2009 | Awards | Scandinavia

Nine Nordic films shortlisted for EFA nominations

A record nine Nordic titles have been short-listed for the European Film Awards (EFA) nominations, against six in 2007 and five in 2008, a proof of the region’s current filmmaking vitality and...  

09/09/2009 | Awards | Scandinavia

Horror dominates Nordic Council Film Prize nominees

Horror dominates Nordic Council Film Prize nominees

Two horror films (Antichrist, Sauna), two debuts (North, The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela) and one documentary (Light Year) are the five Nordic titles running for the €47,000 Nordic Council...  

28/08/2009 | Awards | Scandinavia

You, the Living wins Nordic Council Film Prize

You, the Living wins Nordic Council Film Prize

The 2008 Nordic Council Film Prize (NCFP) and its accompanying DKK 350,000 cash to be shared between the producer, director and scriptwriter of a winning film, was awarded yesterday to...  

16/10/2008 | Awards | Scandinavia

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