63rd Bodil Awards

63rd Bodil Awards
Date 21 March 2010
Site Imperial Cinema, Copenhagen
Hosted by Lasse Rimmer
Best Film Antichrist
Best Actor Willem Dafoe
Best Actress Charlotte Gainsbourg
Most awards Antichrist (5)
Most nominations Headhunter (2009 film) (5)

The 63rd Bodil Awardss were held on 21 March 2010 in the Imperial Cinema in Copenhagen, Denmark, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2009. Lasse Rimmer hosted the event. Lars von Triers Antichrist was the big winner, receiving both the awards for Best Danish Film, Best Actor (Willem Dafoe), Best Actress (Charlotte Gainsbourg), Best Cinematographer (Anthony Dod Mantle) and a Special Award to Eidnes Andersen for sound design. Deliver Us from Evil won both the awards for Best Supporting Actor (Jens Andersen (actor)) and Best Supporting Actress (Pernille Vallentin) while Headhunter (2009 film) which had come to the ceremony with the most nominations, five in three categories, left empty-handed. The documentary The Invisible Cell about The Blekinge Street Gang won the award for Best Documentary.[1] Carsten Myllerup, Linda Krogsøe Holmberg and Jens Mikkelsen received a Bodil Honorary Award for their role in the foundation of the alternative film school Super16.[2]


Best Danish Film Best Danish Documentary


The Invisible Cell

Best Actor Best Actress

Willem DafoeAntichrist

Charlotte GainsbourgAntichrist

  • Lærke Winther Andersen – The Blessing
  • Stephanie León – Hush Little Baby
  • Malou Reymann – Hush Little Baby
  • Paprika SteenApplause
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress

Jens Andersen (actor) – Deliver Us from Evil

Pernille Vallentin – Deliver Us from Evil

Best Cinematographer Bodil Special Award

Anthony Dod MantleAntichrist

Eidnes Andersen – Antichrist (Sound Design)

Best American Film Best Non-American Film


Waltz with Bashir

See also


  1. ""Antichrist" årets bedste film". TV2. Retrieved 1 March 2012.
  2. "Æres-Bodil til Super16" (in Danish). Super16. Retrieved 1 March 2012.

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