2nd Bodil Awards

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2nd Bodil Awards
Date 29 April 1949
Site Ambassadeur, Copenhagen
Hosted by Ib Schønberg
Highlights
Best Film The Viking Watch of the Danish Seaman

The 2nd Bodil Awards ceremony was held on 29 April 1949 at Palace Hotel's night club Ambassadeur in Copenhagen, Denmark, honouring the best national and foreign films of 1938. Ib Schønberg acted as host and Lily Broberg, Poul Reichhardt and Grethe Thordahl performed at the event which was attended by 300 guests.[1]

Bodil Ipsen's and Lau Lauritzen, Jr.'s The Viking Watch of the Danish Seaman won the award for Best Danish Film and Johannes Meyer won the award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in it. Mogens Wieth won the award for Best Leading Actor fohis role in Kampen mod uretten. Karin Nellemose won the award for Best Leading Actress for her perfor role in the same film and the award for Best Supporting Actress for Mens porten var lukket.

Winners

Best Danish Film Honorary Bodil Award

The Viking Watch of the Danish Seaman

Annelise Reenberg for her work as a cinematographer on Astrid and Bjarne Henning Jensen's Kristinus Bergman

Best Actor Best Actress

Mogens WiethKampen mod uretten

Karin NellemoseKampen mod uretten

Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress

Johannes MeyerThe Viking Watch of the Danish Seaman

Karin NellemoseMens porten var lukket

Best American Film Best Non-American Film

Monsieur Verdoux

Hamlet

See also

References

  1. ^ "1949" (in Danish). Danske Filmkirtikere. Archived from the original on 2 November 2014. Retrieved 10 February 2015. 

External links

  • Official website
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