Land of Mine wins 3 Bodil Awards

BODIL AWARDS. Martin Zandvliet's WWII drama "Land of Mine" won three awards, including Best Feature, at the Danish film critics' Bodil Awards on Saturday in Copenhagen. Danish-born actress Anna Karina received an honorary award for her international career.

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).

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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

Best Feature:

Land of Mine by Martin Zandvliet

Best Actress:

Mille Lehfeldt (Long Story Short)

Best Actor:

Roland Møller (Land of Mine)

Best Supporting Actress:

Trine Pallesen (Key House Mirror)

Best Supporting Actor:

Louis Hofmann – Land of Mine

Best Documentary:

The Man Who Saved the World by Peter Anthony

Best Cinematrographer:

Magnus Nordenhof Jønck (Key House Mirror, A War and Bridgend

Best Script:

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

Special Bodil:

Sound designer Peter Albrechtsen (The Idealist)

Honorary Bodil:

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)