Martin Zandvliet's WWII drama "Land of Mine" won three awards – Best Feature, Best Actor (Roland Møller) and Best Supporting Actor (Louis Hofmann) – at the 2016 Danish film critic's Bodil Awards on Saturday in Copenhagen.
May el-Thouky's comedy "Long Story Short" won for Best Screenplay and Best Actress (Mille Lehfeldt).
Mille Lehfeldt won the award for Best Actress for her role in May el-Thouky's ensemble relationship comedy "Long Story Short".
Actress Anna Karina, who moved to France at 17, won an honorary award for her long international career sparked by her collaboration with Jean-Luc Godard during the French new wave.
See all the winners below.
2015 Bodil Winners
Land of Mine by Martin Zandvliet
Mille Lehfeldt (Long Story Short)
Roland Møller (Land of Mine)
Best Supporting Actress:
Trine Pallesen (Key House Mirror)
Best Supporting Actor:
Louis Hofmann – Land of Mine
The Man Who Saved the World by Peter Anthony
Magnus Nordenhof Jønck (Key House Mirror, A War and Bridgend
May el-Toukhy og Maren Louise Käehne (Long Story Short)
Best Non-US Feature:
Mommy – Xavier Dolan (Canada)
Best US Feature:
Birdman – Alejandro González Iñárritu
Sound designer Peter Albrechtsen (The Idealist)
Actress Anna Karina
Henning Bahs Award:
Production designer Mia Stensgaard (Men and Chicken)
Kathrine Windfeld Memorial Fund (new award in 2016)
Screenwriter Maja Ilsøe, director Pernilla August and actress Trine Dyrholm (The Legacy)