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Seven Guldbagge nominations for 'Mouth to mouth'

Published: 09 Jan 2006 17:28 GMT+01:00
Updated: 09 Jan 2006 17:28 GMT+01:00

The second-most nominated film of the year was the Swedish Oscar hope, Zozo, directed by Josef Fares. The film picked up four nominations

Tuva Novotny is up for two awards - as best actress as Sandra in Four Weeks in June and as Best Supporting Actress for her role as Linda in Bang Bang Orangutang.

The nominations were made by a jury of 32 members voting in a secret ballot.

The 39th Guldbagge Awards ceremony will be held on Monday 30 January 2006 at the Gothenburg Opera. Swedish Television will be broadcasting the event live.

Awarded annually since 1964, the Guldbagge ("Golden Beetle") is the name of the Swedish Film Institute's award for achievement during the previous year. The award itself, in the form of a fantasy beetle, was designed by the artist Karl Axel Pehrson.

The nominations

Best Film

Mun mot mun / Mouth to Mouth

Ninas resa / Nina’s Journey

Zozo

Best Director

Josef Fares for Zozo

Ulf Malmros for God Save the King

Björn Runge for Mouth to Mouth

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Maria Lundqvist for her role as Signe in Mother of Mine

Tuva Novotny for her role as Sandra in Four Weeks in June

Amanda Ooms for her role as Ninni in Harry’s Daughters

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Peter Andersson for his role as Mats in Mouth to Mouth

Krister Henriksson for his role as Bertil in Sex, Hope & Love

Mikael Persbrandt for his role as Åke Jönsson in Bang Bang Orangutang

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Tuva Novotny for her role as Linda in Bang Bang Orangutang

Ghita Nørby for her role as Lilly in Four Weeks in June

Sofia Westberg for her role as Vera in Mouth to Mouth

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Börje Ahlstedt for his role as grandfather in Percy, Buffalo Bill & I

Magnus Krepper for his role as Morgan in Mouth to Mouth

Michael Nyqvist for his role as Hjalmar in Mother of Mine

Best Screenplay

Lena Einhorn for her script for Nina’s Journey

Josef Fares for his script for Zozo

Björn Runge for his script for Mouth to Mouth

Best Cinematography

Anders Bohman for his cinematography in Mouth to Mouth

Aril Wretblad for his cinematography in Zozo

Philip Øgaard for his cinematography in Kim Novak Never Swam in the Lake of Genesaret

Best Foreign Language Film

L’enfant / The Child

Dare mo shiranai / Nobody Knows

Caché / Hidden

Best Short Film

En nattsaga / A Night Story

Scen nr: 6882 ur mitt liv / Autobiographical Scene Number 6882

Sportstugan / The Lodge

Best Documentary Film

Brunnen / The Well

Kinchen / The Kinch

Prostitution bakom slöjan / Prostitution Behind the Veil

Paul Rapacioli (paul.rapacioli@thelocal.com)

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