68th Bodil Awards
|68th Bodil Awards|
|Date||28 February 2015|
|Site||Bremen Theatre, Copenhagen|
|Hosted by||Troels Lyby|
|Organized by||Danish Film Critics Association|
|Best Film||Silent Heart|
|Bodil Honorary Award||Viggo Mortensen|
|Most awards||Silent Heart (4)|
|Most nominations||Silent Heart (5) / Speed Walking (5)|
Silent Heart directed by Bille August became the big winner at the Awards: It won the Best Danish Film Award, Augusts's third, and 27 years since he won his second Bodil for Pelle the Conqueror in 1988. 29-year-old Danica Curcic won her first Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role as little sister Sanne in the film, while Pilou Asbæk took home his second Bodil statuette for Best Actor in a Supporting Role as Sanne's hash fuming boyfriend. Danish Film Critics Association in collaboration with the Danish Writers Guild had instituted a new external award for Best Screenplay, the Danish Writers Guild Best Screenplay Award, which went to Christian Torpe also for Silent Heart.
Winners and nominees
Winners in bold
- Henrik Birch - The Sunfish
- Susanne Storm - The Sunfish
- The Circus Dynasty
- The Arms Drop
- We Are Journalists
- Niels Thastum for When Animals Dream
- Rie Lykke for Speed Walking
- Christian Torpe for Silent Heart
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- "Viggo Mortensen modtager Æres-Bodil". politiken.dk.
- Nanna Jakobsgaard (BNB) (28 February 2015). "Bodil-regn over »Stille hjerte«". www.bt.dk (in Danish). Retrieved 1 March 2015.
- Official website (Danish)