Norway’s annual film awards, the Amand’s, were held over the weekend in Haugesund. The biggest winner of the night was Louder Than Bombs by Joachim Trier, which won four awards including Best Director and Best Screenplay.

The award for Best Norwegian Film in Theatrical Release went to Roar Uthaug’s The Wave, while Trond Bjerknæs won his first award for the music in El Clàsico.

Here are the full list of winners:

 

Best Children’s Film

Two Buddies and a Badger

Produced by Eric Vogel for Tordenfilm, directed by Rasmus Sivertsen and Rune Spaans.

 

Best Documentary

Dugma – the Button

Directed by Paul Refsdal

 

Best Cinematography

Jakob Ihre – Louder Than Bombs

 

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Olivier Mukuta – Welcome to Norway

 

Best Screenplay

Eskil Vogt and Joachim Trier

Louder Than Bombs

 

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Maria Bock – Revenge

 

Best Actor

Anders Baasmo Christiansen – Welcome to Norway

 

Best Actress

Liv Bernoft Osa – Pyromaniac

 

 The People’s Amanda

El Clásico, directed by Halkawt Mustafa

 

Best Norwegian Film in Theatrical Release

The Wave

Produced by Martin Sundland and Are Heidenstrøm for Fantefilm Fiksjon, directed by Roar Uthaug.

 

The Amanda Committee Honorary Award

Actress Anne Marit Jacobsen

 

Earlier today these awards were presented at City Hall:

 

Best Editing

Olivier Bugge Coutté – Louder Than Bombs

 

Best Music

Trond Bjerknæs – El Clàsico

 

Best Sound Design

Christian Schaanning – The Wave

 

Beste scenografi/produksjonsdesign

Karl Júliusson –Doktor Proktors tidsbadekar

 

Best Visual Effects

Lars Erik Hansen – The Wave

 

Best Foreign Film in Theatrical Release

Virgin Mountain (Iceland)

Directed by Dagur Kári, distributed by Europafilm

 

Best Short Film

Cold Shivers

Directed and produced by Marius Myrmel

 

Best Director

Joachim Trier – Louder Than Bombs

 

The Amanda Committee’s Golden Clapper (“Gullklapper”)

Norsk Film Kostyme (Norwegian film costume)