28 Awards for Danish Films

FESTIVAL. In the first quarter of 2016, Danish films have brought home 28 international awards and special mentions. Martin P. Zandvliet's "Land of Mine" tops the list with 10 awards.

Dragon-Award-2016

With 10 international awards, "Land of Mine" was the most award-winning Danish film in the first quarter og 2016. Here are director Martin Zandvliet and producer Mikael Rieks with the Dragon Award in Göteborg.

In the first three months of 2016, Danish films have received 28 international awards and special mentions. Martin P. Zandvliet's "Land of Mine," which celebrated its world premiere in Toronto 2015, has received more than a third.

The most prominent award this year so far is Trine Dyrholm's Silver Bear, which she received in Berlin for her role in Thomas Vinterberg's "The Commune."

In addition to the 28 awards, Susanne Bier received an honorary award in Göteborg in February.

 

Place your curser on the highlighted cities to see which films have won awards there.

Read more about the awards at our updated list of Awards 2016

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