Trio chase Norway’s Amandas

'Reprise,' 'Sons,' 'Uro' lead race

STOCKHOLM — The race for Norway’s Amanda Awards is wide open, with Joachim Trier’s “Reprise,” Erich Richter Strand’s “Sons” and Stefan Faldbakken’s “Uro” running neck and neck.

“Reprise” and “Sons” picked up nods for helmer, supporting actor and script. “Uro” was nommed for actor, actress and supporting actor.

All three films were nommed in the People’s Amanda category, which will be voted on by the readers of VG, Norway’s largest newspaper.

The awards will be handed out in Haugesund on Aug. 17, the day before the Intl. Norwegian Film Festival opens in the coastal town.

AMANDA NOMINATIONS

DIRECTOR
Marius Holst — “Mirusch”
Joachim Trier — “Reprise”
Erich Richter Strand — “Sons”

ACTOR
Nicolai Cleve Broch — “Uro”
Raouf Saraj — “Winterland”
Fridtjof Saheim — “The Art of Thinking Negatively”

ACTRESS
Ingrid Bolso Berdal — “Cold Prey”
Pia Tjelta — “Mars and Venus”
Ane Dahl Torp — “Uro”

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Ingar Helge Gimle — “Uro”
Henrik Mestad — “Sons”
Victoria Winge — “Reprise”

SCRIPT
Joachim Trier, Eskil Vogt — “Reprise”
Thomas Seeberg Torjussen, Erik Richter Strand — “Sons”
Kjell Ola Dahl, Hisham Zaman –“Winterland”

DOCUMENTARY
“Girls”
“Pornostar?”
“The U.S. Against al-Arian”

FOREIGN FILM
“Babel”
“The Departed”
“La Vie en rose”

PEOPLE’S AMANDA
“Mirusch”
“Cold Prey”
“The Art of Thinking Negatively”
“Mars and Venus”
“The Young Olsen Gang and the Secret of Solvmind”
“Reprise”
“Sons”
“Uro”
“The U.S. Against al-Arian”
“Winterland”

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