48th Guldbagge Awards

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48th Guldbagge Awards
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The winners of Guldbaggen 2013 at Cirkus in Stockholm.
Date January 21, 2013
Site Cirkus, Stockholm
Host Babben Larsson
Highlights
Best Picture Eat Sleep Die
Most awards Call Girl &
Eat Sleep Die (4)
Most nominations Call Girl (11)
Television coverage
Network SVT
Duration 2 hours
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The 48th Guldbagge Awards ceremony, presented by the Swedish Film Institute, honored the best Swedish films of 2012 and took place January 21, 2013, at Cirkus in Stockholm. During the ceremony, the jury presented Guldbagge Awards (commonly referred to as Bagge) in 19 categories. The ceremony was televised in the Sweden by SVT, with actress and comedian Babben Larsson hosting the show.[1]

Eat Sleep Die won four awards including Best Film and Best Director for Gabriela Pichler. Call Girl also won four awards, all in the technical categories. Other winners included Palme and Avalon with two awards each, and The Last Sentence, Searching for Sugar Man, Dance Music Now, Amour, Snabba Cash II and Isdraken with one.

The jury[edit]

Through discussions the jury appoints the winners of the Guldbagge Award among the three nominees in all price categories, except for the Honorary Award which is appointed directly by the Swedish Film Institute's board. The jury consisted this year of Jannike Åhlund (chairman), Anna Carlson, (actress and chairman of Teaterförbundet), Bengt Forslund (producer and writer), Anna Croneman (producer), Klaus Härö (director), Farnaz Arbabi (director and playwrighter), Matti Bye (musician and composer), Sylvia Ingemarsdotter (film editor) and Marcus Lindeen (director and playwrighter).[2]

Winner and nominees[edit]

The nominees for the 48th Guldbagge Awards were announced on January 3, 2013 in Stockholm, by the Swedish Film Institute.[1]

Films with the most nominations were Call Girl with eleven, followed by The Last Sentence and Searching for Sugar Man with six. The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on January 21, 2013.[1]

Awards[edit]

Johannes Brost, Best Actor winner
Ulla Skoog, Best Supporting Actress winner
Benny Andersson, Best Original Score winner

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.

Best Film Best Director
Best Actress in a leading role Best Actor in a leading role
Best Supporting Actress Best Supporting Actor
Best Screenplay Best Cinematography
Best Documentary Feature Best Shortfilm
Best Foreign Film Best Film Editing
Best Art Direction Best Original Score
Best Make-up/Hair Best Sound Editing
Best Costume Design Best Visual Effects
Gullspiran Cinema Audience Award
Honorary Award

Multiple nominations and awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Nomineringarna till Guldbaggen" (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan.se. Retrieved January 3, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Vinnarjuryn" (in Swedish). Guldbaggen. Retrieved January 21, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Supersuccéerna slåss om Biopublikens pris" (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan.se. Retrieved January 19, 2013. 

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