Annual Danish awards ceremony, this year awarding nine Bodil statuettes and a cinematography award.

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Michael Carøe ...
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Joakim Pedersen ...
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Dan Hemmer ...
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Jesper Rytkov ...
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Nicholas Findsen ...
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Søren Sebber Larsen ...
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Anders W. Berthelsen ...
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Kirsten Dalgaard ...
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The 2005 edition of the annual Bodil Awards awarded top honours for best Danish picture to Kongekabale (2004), while the four acting awards went one each to Kongekabale, Forbrydelser (2004), Brødre (2004) and Pusher II (2004). Tintin et moi (2003) was named best documentary. Hosted by Michael Carøe, the show also saw the international awards go to Look at Me (2004) and Lost in Translation (2003) while Morten Søborg won a diploma for cinematography and Janus Billeskov Jansen received the honorary Bodil. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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27 February 2005 (Denmark)  »

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Bodil-fest 2005  »

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Follows Bodilfesten 2002 (2002) See more »

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