Nominees Revealed For 71st Bodil Movie Awards

The Danish Film Critics Association has announced its nominees for the 71st Bodil Awards (Bodilprisen).

Leading the field with five nominations is Fenar Ahmad’s Darkland (Underverden), about a heart surgeon who becomes a masked avenger and takes on Copenhagen’s criminal underworld after his brother’s death.

While We Live (Mens vi lever), in which the fate of its protahonists are intertwined through a tragic accident, is close behind with four nominations, while Pound For Pound (Den bedste mand) and Winter Brothers (Vinterbrødre) complete the line-up of front runners with three nominations each.

Finally, Trine Dyrholm is in the running for a record seventh Bodil award with a Best Actress nomination for You Disappear (Du forsvinder), having previously won with Kollektivet, Springflod, Forbrydelser, Fluerne på væggen, En soap and Hævnen.

The 2018 Bodil Awards will be presented during a gala ceremony hosted by satirical trio PLATT-FORM on 17th March at the People’s Theatre in Nørregade.

Darkland (Fenar Ahmad)
Team Hurricane (Annika Berg)
While We Live (Mehdi Avaz)
Winter Brothers (Hlynur Palmason)
A Horrible Woman (Christian Tafdrup)

Frederikke Dahl Hansen (Danmark)
Trine Dyrholm (You Disappear)
Amanda Collin (A Horrible Woman)
Det unge ensemble i Team Hurricane (Team Hurricane)
Danica Curcic (Darling)

Dar Salim (Darkland)
Elliott Crosset Hove (Winter Brothers)
Dejan Cukic (Fantasten)
Sebastian Jessen (While We Live)
Mikkel Boe Følsgaard (Pound For Pound)

Charlotte Munck (While We Live)
Stine Fischer Christensen (Darkland)
Lene Maria Christensen (Pound For Pound)
Lisa Nilsson (Word Of God)
Julie Christiansen (While We Live)

Søren Malling (Pound For Pound)
Oscar Dyekjær Giese (Fantasten)
Simon Sears (Winter Brothers)
Dulfi Al-Jabouri (Darkland)
Ali Sivandi (Darkland)

En fremmed flytter ind (Nicole N. Horanyi)
Vold – i kærlighedens navn (Christina Rosendahl)
De sidste mænd i Aleppo (Feras Fayyad)
Venus – Let’s Talk About Sex (Lea Glob & Mette Carla Albrechtsen)
Al magt til folket (Lise Birk Pedersen)