64th Bodil Awards

64th Bodil Awards
Date 20 February 2011
Site Bremen Theater, Copenhagen
Hosted by Ditte Hansen and Louise Mieritz
Best Film R
Best Actor Pilou Asbæk
Best Actress Trine Dyrholm
In a Better World
Most awards R and Armadillo (2)
Most nominations Submarino (5)

The 64th Bodil Awards were held on 20 February 2011 at the Bremen Theater in Copenhagen, Denmark, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2010. Ditte Hansen and Louise Mieritz hosted the event.[1] Submarino had most nominations, with five, but the ceremony did not have a clear winner. R won the award for Best Danish Film and its protagonist, Pilou Asbæk, won the award for Best Actor while Trine Dyrholm was named Best Actress (In a Better World). Kurt Ravn (Nothing's All Bad) and Patricia Schumann (Submarino) won the awards for Best Supporting Actor and Actress. Armadillo won both the awards for Best Documentary and Best Cinematographer. Tobias Lindholm received a Special Award for his contribution as a screenwriter both to R and Submarino. Henning Moritzen was given a Bodil Honorary Award for his contribution to Danish film.[2]


Best Danish Film

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Pilou Asbæk R

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Trine Dyrholm In a Better World

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Kurt Ravn Nothing's All Bad

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Patricia Schumann Submarino

Best American Film

A Single Man (Inst: Tom Ford)

Best Non-American Film

The White Ribbon

Best Cinematographer

Lars Skree Armadillo Bedste dokumentarfilm Armadillo

Bodil Special Award

Tobias Lindholm for R and Submarino

Bodil Honorary Award

Henning Moritzen

See also


  1. "Bodil-nomineringer 2011" (in Danish). Danish Film Institute. Retrieved 2012-03-01.
  2. "Vinderne af Bodilprisen 2011 er...". Kulturplakaten.dk. Retrieved 2012-03-01.
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