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The Swedish price at the European Oscars
"Swedish price at the ”European Oscars”"

"Jane Magnusson's ”Bergman – A year, a life” won a prestigious prize during the Saturday night."

"the Film was awarded the ”Best documentary” at the European Film Awards, also known as the ”European Oscars”."

"– It was like the hell here is, then, exclaims Jane Magnusson."

"In dokumentärklassen won the Jane Magnusson with his' Bergman – A year, a life”."

"– It was like the hell here is, then, exclaims Jane Magnusson in Swedish from the stage in Seville, Spain, where the gala took place. "

"Ingmar Bergman, film - and teaterlegendaren internationally and is still considered one of Sweden's most famous cultural figures, would have turned 100 years old this year. "

" I am shocked and honored. Bergman was the first president of the European filmakademin and to get this award in his centenary year feels amazing. Congratulations, wherever you are, says Jane Magnusson in his acceptance speech."

"”Bergman – One year, one life” had its premiere in the summer and is an admirer of Ingmar Bergman's life, with a busy year in 1957 – the same year that he released two of his most acclaimed movies, ”The seventh seal” and ”wild strawberries”. "

"previously Known is that the Danish Peter Hjort won the award for the special effects in the Swedish film ”Border”, a film that also was nominated in the heavy categories of ”Best film”, Best actress” (Eva Melander), ”Best director” and ”Best screenplay”."

"the Swedish prize-rain last year."

"last year took Ruben Östlund's ”The square” the grand slam at the European Film Awards, commonly called the ”European Oscars”. "

"the Film won six awards; Best film, best comedy, best actor (Claes Bang), best director and screenplay (Östlund) and best production design (Josefin Åsberg)."

"At this year's filmgala Sweden had once again the chance at the awards showered, with nominations across six categories, with double nominations in the ”Best male actor” (Sverrir Gudnason as Björn Borg in Janus Metz's ”Borg” and Jakob Cedergren in the Danish film ”The culprit”) and ”Best screenplay” (Ali Abbasi, John Ajvide Lindqvist, and Isabella Eklöf for ”Limit” and the Swedish screenwriter, Gustav Möller, ”The culprit”)."

"”Limit”: Best film, best actress, best director, best screenplay"

"”Bergman – One year, one life”: Best documentary"

"”Borg”: Sverrir Gudnason, best male actor"

"”The culprit” (Denmark): Swedish Jakob Cedergren nominated for best actor, Swedish screenwriter, Gustav Möller nominated in manuskategorin"

"Source: TTu002Feuropeanfilmawards.eu"

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