The Bodil Awards are the major Danish film awards given by Danish Film Critics Association. The awards are presented annually at a ceremony in Copenhagen. Established in 1948, it is one of the oldest film awards in Europe. The awards are given without regard to commercial interests or box-office sales, but rather to highlight the films or actors that the critics regard as most worthy.
|The Bodil Award|
|Awarded for||Excellence in cinematic achievements|
|Country||Kingdom of Denmark|
|Presented by||Danish Film Critics Association|
The name of the award honours two of the most important actresses in Danish cinema, Bodil Kjer and Bodil Ipsen. The statuette is made of porcelain, and was designed by Danish artist Ebbe Sadolin and sculpted by Svend Jespersen of Bing & Grøndahl.
Awards are presented for the following categories:
- Merit Awards
- Best Danish Film
- Best Actor
- Best Actress
- Best Supporting Actor
- Best Supporting Actress
- Best American Film (Awarded as Best Non-European Film from 1961 until 1969)
- Best Non-American Film (Awarded as Best European Film from 1961 until 1969)
- Best Documentary
- Special Awards
- Honorary Award, since 1951 and pro re nata until 1997; since then annually
- Special Award, annually since 2008
- Best Cinematographer
- External Awards
- Szalai, Georg (24 February 2016). "From Blue Dragons to Lolas, A Global Guide to Foreign Countries' Oscars". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
- "Amerikanske film – Bodilprisen". bodilprisen.dk. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
- "Ikke-amerikanske film – Bodilprisen". bodilprisen.dk. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
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