Annual award show celebrating Danish cinema of the past year, this year awarding a total of 10 Bodil Awards.

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Credited cast:
Søren Østergaard ...
Himself - Host
Pernille Højmark ...
Herself - Host
Pelle Møller ...
Himself - Interviewer
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Kim Fupz Aakeson ...
Himself (special award recipient)
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Himself
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Herself (winner)
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Himself
Kirsten Dalgaard ...
Herself (recipient on behalf of David Lynch)
Ditte Gråbøl ...
Herself
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Herself
Loke Havn ...
Himself (recipient on behalf of Pedro Almodovar)
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Himself (special award recipient)
Peter Aalbæk Jensen ...
Himself
Tommy Kenter ...
Himself (sketch)
Bodil Kjer ...
Herself - Memorial Tribute / Dedicatee (archive footage)
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The 2003 version of the annual Bodil awards show saw actress Paprika Steen and film Open Hearts (2002) attracting primary attention. Show-wise, the two-hour televised presentation included an interview-based pre-show, an introductory speech by Kim Skotte, filmed sketches by hosts Pernille Højmark and Søren Østergaard, a trip down memory lane with late actress Bodil Kjer and the presentation of a total of ten statuettes, including three special prizes to screenwriters Mogens Rukov, Kim Fupz Aakeson and Anders Thomas Jensen. Following the televised part, the evening continued with dinner and a movie, the gala premiere of De grønne slagtere (2003). Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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2 March 2003 (Denmark)  »

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Bodil-fest 2003  »

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Follows Bodilfesten 2001 (2001) See more »

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