Lars von Trier filmography

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This article presents the filmography of Lars von Trier.

Filmography[edit]

Theatrical releases[edit]

Year Title Credit Recognitions
1977 The Orchid Gardener
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Direction and screenplay
1982 Images of Liberation
(Befrielsesbilleder)[1]
Direction and screenplay
1984 The Element of Crime[2]
(Forbrydelsens element)[1]
Direction and screenplay Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Robert Award for Best Danish Film
Vulcan Award – Technical Grand Prize
Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival – Grand Prix
Fantasporto Award for Best Director
Mannheim-Heidelberg International Filmfestival – Main Award
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
Nominated – Fantasporto Award for Best Film
1987 Epidemic[2] Direction, screenplay and acting Nominated – Fantasporto Award for Best Film
1991 Europa[2] Directed and written Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Robert Award for Best Danish Film
Vulcan Award – Technical Grand Prize
Cannes Film Festival – Prix du Jury
Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Artistic Contribution
Fantasporto Award for Best Director
Ghent International Film Festival – Grand Prix
Sitges Film Festival Award for Best Film
Stockholm Film Festival – Bronze Horse
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
Nominated – Fantasporto Award for Best Film
1996 Breaking the Waves[3] Direction and screenplay Amanda Award for Best Nordic Feature Film
Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
César Award for Best Foreign Film
Czech Lion Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Fotogramas de Plata Award for Best Foreign Film
Guldbagge Award for Best Foreign Film
Robert Award for Best Danish Film
Robert Award for Best Original Screenplay
Satellite Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Art Film Festival Award for Best Foreign Film
Cannes Film Festival – Grand Prix
European Film Award for Best Film
European Film Award – Prix FIPRESCI
Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival Award for Best Director
Lübeck Nordic Film Days – Prize of the Ecumenical Jury
Lübeck Nordic Film Days – Baltic Film Prize for a Nordic Feature Film
Stockholm Film Festival – Prix FIPRESCI
Uruguay International Film Festival Award for Best Film
VancouverInternational Film Festival Award for Most Popular Film
National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Film
National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Director
Nominated – AACTA International Award for Best Film
Nominated – Goya Award for Best European Film
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Nominated – Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film
Nominated – Satellite Award for Best Director
Nominated – Camerimage Film Festival – Golden Frog
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
1998 The Idiots[3]
(Idioterne)[1]
Direction, screenplay and cinematography BFI London Film Festival – FIPRESCI Prize
Nominated – Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Nominated – European Film Award for Best Screenwriter
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
Nominated – Valladolid International Film Festival – Golden Spike
2000 Dancer in the Dark[3] Direction and screenplay Blue Ribbon Award for Best Foreign Language Film
European Film Award for Best Film
European Film Award for Best Director
Goya Award for Best European Film
Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Foreign Language Film
Satellite Award for Best Original Song
Turia Audience Award for Best Foreign Film
Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
Nominated – Academy Award for Best Original Song
Nominated – Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Nominated – César Award for Best Foreign Film
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song
Nominated – Robert Award for Best Danish Film
Nominated – Robert Award for Best Director
Nominated – Golden Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama
Nominated – Camerimage Film Festival – Golden Frog
Nominated – Cinema Writers Circle Award for Best Foreign Film
Nominated – Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Picture
Nominated – Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Director
Nominated – Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Original Song
2003 Dogville[4] Direction and screenplay Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
David di Donatello for Best European Film
European Film Award for Best Director
Guild of German Film – Silver Award for Foreign Film
Palm Dog Award – "Moses"
Robert Award for Best Original Screenplay
Cinema Brazil Festival Grand Prize for Best Foreign Film
Copenhagen International Film Festival – Honorary Award
Russian Guild of Film Critics Golden Aries for Best Foreign Film
Sofia International Film Festival Audience Award for Best Film
Cinema Writers Circle Award for Best Foreign Film
Nominated – César Award for Best Film from the European Union
Nominated – European Film Award for Best Film
Nominated – European Film Award for Best Screenwriter
Nominated – Goya Award for Best European Film
Nominated – Guldbagge Award for Best Foreign Film
Nominated – Robert Award for Best Director
Nominated – Nastro d'Argento for Best Director
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
2005 Manderlay[4] Direction and screenplay Valladolid International Film Festival – 50th Anniversary Prize
Nominated – Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Nominated – Robert Award for Best Danish Film
Nominated – Robert Award for Best Director
Nominated – Robert Award for Best Original Screenplay
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
Nominated – Valladolid International Film Festival – Golden Spike
2006 The Boss of It All
(Direktøren for det hele)[1]
Direction and screenplay Nominated – Robert Award for Best Original Screenplay
2009 Antichrist[5] Direction and screenplay Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Robert Award for Best Danish Film
Robert Award for Best Director
Robert Award for Best Original Screenplay
Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival – Titra Film Award
Nominated – Zulu Award for Best Film
Nominated – European Film Award for Best Director
Nominated – Palm Dog Award – "Talking Fox"
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
2011 Melancholia[5] Direction and screenplay Nominated – AACTA International Award for Best Film
Nominated – AACTA Award for Best Direction
Nominated – AACTA Award for Best Original Screenplay
Nominated – Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
2013 Nymphomaniac[5] Direction and screenplay

Documentaries[edit]

Year Title Recognitions
2003 The Five Obstructions
(De fem benspænd)
Motovun Film Festival – FIPRESCI Award
Nominated – Copenhagen International Documentary Festival – CPH:DOX Award
Nominated – European Film Award for Best Documentary

Television[edit]

Telefilms[edit]

Year Title Recognitions
1988 Medea Jean d'Arcy Prize – Bourse d'Arcy for Best TV Film

TV Miniseries[edit]

Year Title Recognitions
1994 The Kingdom
(Riget)[1]
Bodil Award for Best Danish Film
Grimme-Preis
Golden Cable – Bronze Cable for Innovation
Honorary Bodil Award – Niels Vørsel
Robert Award for Best Original Screenplay
Seattle International Film Festival – Golden Space Needle Award
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Award for Best Director
Nominated – Karlovy Vary International Film Festival – Crystal Globe
1997 The Kingdom II
(Riget II)[1]
Fantasporto Award for Best Director
Fantasporto Award for Best Screenplay
Nominated – Fantasporto Award for Best Film

Shorts[edit]

Year Title
1967 Turen til Squashland
1968 Nat, skat
1969 En røvsyg oplevelse
Et skakspil
1970 Hvorfor flygte fra det du ved du ikke kan flygte fra? Fordi du er en kujon
1971 En blomst
1977 The Orchid Gardener
(Orchidégartneren)[1]
1979 Menthe: La bienheureuse
1980 Nocturne
1981 The Last Detail
(Den sidste detalje)[1]
2000 D–Dag
(Segment: Lice)
2007 To Each His Own Cinema
(Chacun son cinéma)[1]
(Segment: Occupations)
2010 Dimension

Notes[edit]

  • 1^ These are the original titles that the films or miniseries were given.
  • 2^ The Elements of Crime, Epidemic and Europa are respectibly; the first, second and third part of the film series, Europa.
  • 3^ Breaking the Waves, The Idiots and Dancer in the Dark are respectibly; the first, second and third part of the film series, Golden Heart.
  • 4^ Dogville, Manderlay and the so far unproduced Wasington are respectibly; the first, second and third part of the film series, USA – Land of Opportunities.
  • 5^ Antichrist, Melancholia and Nymphomaniac are respectibly; the first, second and third part of the film series, Depression.

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