Swede Noomi Rapace wins actress award
Dark comedy “The Art of Crying” won two of the major awards, among them the one for best Danish film, as the Sweden’s Bodil awards were handed out in Copenhagen Sunday night.
The film, which deals with incest and child abuse, also scored the lead actor award for Jesper Asholt. The nod for female actor went to Swede Noomi Rapace, the lead in Simon Staho’s “Daisy Diamond.”
Ola Bornedal’s thriller “Just Another Love story” also took two awards, for supporting actress Charlotte Fich and for Dan Laustsen’s cinematography.
The full list of awards:
Best Danish film: “The Art of Crying,” helmed by Peter Schonau
Actor in a leading role: Jesper Asholt in “The Art of Crying”
Actress in a leading role: Noomi Rapace in “Daisy Diamond”
Actor in a supporting role: Morten Grunwald in “White Night”
Actress in a supporting role: Charlotte Fich in “Just Another Love Story”
Cinematography: Dan Laustsen for “The Substitute” and “Just Another Love Story”
Non-U.S. film: “Pan’s Labyrinth” by Guillermo del Toro
U.S. film: “Letters from Iwo Jima” by Clint Eastwood
Documentary: “The Monastery” by Pernille Rose Gronkjaer
Honorary Bodil: Distribs Ib Monty, Margurete Engberg and Nils Jensen
Extra Bodil: 3D production company Ghost Digital Production House for its work on “Island of Lost Souls”