Danish introduction highlight boss essayist Tea Lindeburg’s period dramatization “As in Heaven,” that depicts a pivotal summer constantly in nineteenth century cultivating society, left away the greatest champ at the 44th Göteborg Film Festival, scoring on Saturday the best Nordic film kudo, this year worth approx. $44,000.
In the interim, Seidi Haarla of Finland’s Oscar-shortlisted show, “Compartment No. 6” took the best acting prize. The film, helmed by Juho Kuosmanen, likewise seized the FIPRESCI pundits gesture.
Norway-conceived DP Sturla Brandth Grøvlen guaranteed the Sven Nykvist Cinematography Award for his work on the Norwegian movie “The Innocents,” coordinated by Eskil Vogt. The impeccably executed thrill ride about rival close companions with paranormal capacities additionally took the crowd grant for best Nordic film.Danish director Simon Lereng Wilmont caught the best Nordic narrative title and a satchel of approx. $27,000 for “A House Made Of Splinters,” a marvelous depiction of the kids and day to day existence at a shelter in Eastern Ukraine. It has been a decent fortnight for Lering Wilmont, who, seven days sooner, likewise handled the Sundance World Cinema narrative prize for best chief.
Denoting one more solid appearance for Kosovar female top dogs whose female characters battle the man centric society, chief Kaltrina Krasniqi scored the Ingmar Bergman worldwide introduction grant for her theatrics “Vera Dreams Of The Sea.”
The interesting prize comprises of a stay at The Bergman Estate on Fårö and a visit to Ingmar Bergman’s own chronicle in Stockholm. In the interim, the celebration crowd casted a ballot the best worldwide film title to Oscar-shortlisted Belgian top dog author Laura Wandel’s “Jungle gym,” a grasping, naturalistic show about school tormenting.
Another honor for best Swedish short in the program that dominates in its structure or difficulties the configuration went to “2gether” from Kim Ekberg.
Credit conceded before in the celebration incorporate the Church of Sweden grant to Felix Herngren for “Step by step,” a street film dramedy about resilience; the Nordisk Film and TV Fond Prize for a series to Icelandic showrunners Gísli Örn Gardarsson, Björn Hlynur Haraldsson and Mikael Torfason for “Blackport”; and best Swedish short to “Manly relationship” by SaraKlara Hellström.