Edda Award

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The Edda Award is an accolade bestowed by The Icelandic Film and Television Academy (Íslensku Kvikmynda- og Sjónvarpsverðlaunin),[1] and is the most prominent film and television award in Iceland. The Edda has been awarded for outstanding work in various categories of film and television annually since 1999. No awards were held in 2009.

Categories[edit]

A list of all the Edda Award categories and their year range.

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Best Film
Best Director
Best Actor Best Leading Actor Best Leading Actor or Actress
Best Leading Actress
Best Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actor or Actress
Best Supporting Actress
Best Documentary
Edda Award for Best Television - Drama or Comedy or Short Best Short Film
Best Television Program Best Television Program Best Television Program
Best Television - Reality Program
Best Television - Comedy
TV Personality of the Year
News Reporter of the Year
Best Music Video
Professional Award Best Artistic Direction
Best Sound or Picture Best Sound or Music
Best Cinematography or Editing
Honorary Award

List of categories[edit]

Ceremonies[edit]

Edition Date Best Film Best Television Program
1st Edda Awards 1999 Ungfrúin góða og húsið Stutt í spunann
2nd Edda Awards 2000 Englar Alheimsins Silfur Egils
3rd Edda Awards 2001 Mávahlátur Mósaík
4th Edda Awards 2002 Hafið Af fingrum fram
5th Edda Awards 2003 Nói Albinói Sjálfstætt fólk
6th Edda Awards 2004 Kaldaljós Sjálfstætt fólk
7th Edda Awards 2005 Voksne Mennesker Sjálfstætt fólk
8th Edda Awards 2006 Mýrin Kompás
9th Edda Awards 2007 Foreldrar Divided into several categories
10th Edda Awards 2008 Sveitabrúðkaup Divided into several categories
11th Edda Awards 2010 Bjarnfreðarson Divided into several categories
12th Edda Awards 19 February 2011 Brim Divided into several categories
13th Edda Awards 18 February 2012 Eldfjall Divided into several categories
14th Edda Awards 16 February 2013 Djúpið Divided into several categories
15th Edda Awards 22. February 2014 Hross í oss Divided into several categories
16th Edda Awards 21. februar 2015 Vonarstræti Divided into several categories

External links[edit]

Edda Awards Official Website

References[edit]