Monday, January 21, 2013

2013 Guldbaggen (Swedish Film Awards) – winners

The Swedish Film Institute held the gala ceremony tonight for the 48th Annual Guldbaggen filmpris ("Golden Beetle" film awards) at Cirkus in Stockholm with Babben Larsson as host.

Gabriela Pichler's Äta sova dö (Eat Sleep Die) came into the evening with just five nominations but won four of them including Best Film. It also won for Best Director, Best Actress (Nermina Lukač) and Best Screenplay. The film is about a Balkan immigrant who faces difficult choices when her factory announces layoffs.

Mikael Marcimain's Call Girl had led with 11 nominations. The controversial film also won four prizes, but all in the craft categories – Best Cinematography, Costume Design, Sound and Production Design.

Axel Petersén's Avalon and Palme by Kristina Lindström and Maud Nycander each picked up a pair of trophies.

The Best Foreign Language Film winner was Amour by Michael Haneke, winning against Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom and Canadian film Laurence Anyways by Xavier Dolan.

Nominations for the 48th Annual Guldbagge Awards

Complete list of winners for the 48th Annual Guldbagge Awards

Best Film
Äta sova dö (Eat Sleep Die); Producer: China Åhlander

Best Short Film
Dance Music Now; Director: Johan Jonason

Best Documentary Film
Searching for Sugar Man; Director: Malik Bendjelloul

Best Director
Gabriela Pichler, Äta sova dö (Eat Sleep Die)

Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nermina Lukač for her role as Raša in Äta sova dö (Eat Sleep Die)

Best Actor in a Leading Role
Johannes Brost for his role as Janne in Avalon

Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Ulla Skoog for her role as Puste Segerstedt in Dom över död man (The Last Sentence)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Peter Carlberg for his role as Klas in Avalon

Best Screenplay
Gabriela Pichler, Äta sova dö (Eat Sleep Die)

Best Cinematography
Hoyte van Hoytema, Call Girl

Best Editing
Andreas Jonsson, Hanna Lejonqvist and Niels Pagh Andersen, Palme

Best Costume
Cilla Rörby, Call Girl

Best Sound
Petter Fladeby and Per Nyström, Call Girl

Best Makeup
Jenny Fred, Snabba cash II (Easy Money II)

Best Music
Benny Andersson, Palme

Best Production Design
Lina Nordqvist, Call Girl

Best Visual Effects
Andreas Hylander, Isdraken (The Ice Dragon)

Best Foreign Language Film
Amour, Michael Haneke

Hedersguldbagge (Award of Honour)
Hans Alfredson

Gullspira (for extraordinary contributions in films for children)
Ella Lemhagen

Audience Award
Sune i Grekland - all inclusive (Tosh in Greece – All Inclusive)

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