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Melancholia Wins Best Film at Danish Film Critics Awards

Melancholia Wins Best Film at Danish Film Critics Awards

Alexander Skarsgård’s end-of-the-world drama Melancholia won best film at the Danish film critics association’s Bodil honors, one of Denmark’s leading film awards. The prize marks director Lars von Trier’s seventh Bodil and back-to-back best film wins, having taken the top prize for Antichrist last year. Melancholia last month swept Denmark’s film academy honors, taking ten trophies including best film.

At the Brodils, the best cinematograph honor went to Melancholia‘s cameraman Manuel Alberto Claro for his haunting images of earth’s final days.

 

source: hollywoodreporter.com

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2 Comment responses

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    March 07, 2012

    Well deserved!! So intense and beautifully filmed.

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    March 07, 2012

    Congratulations to all involved in the production of Melancholia.

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