Golden dust and star mist fell on the red carpet in the sun-kissed Haugesund and celebrities from all over Film-Norway.
There was sometimes a queue in front of the entrance to the festival. The actors had to be photographed and interviewed before they could allow the compass to show the way into the glass with bubbles in the high heels.
In the end
Fun, very cool. Pål Sverre Hagen, who came with colleagues and friends, said that after a year and a half of the pandemic, it’s great to be able to meet friends, colleagues and the industry again.
Jacob Oftebro came with his girlfriend and his “parents”.
– I’ve been here before, as a host and host, but was never nominated. Excited about what the evening brings to “The Biggest Crime”. I’m here with my girlfriend, Hana Chokron, Pia Halvorsen and Michalis Koutsogianakis – who play my dad in the movie.
You have to be careful
Actor and host Odd-Magnus Williamson came on the red carpet with his wife Tinashe Williamson.
– I must take care of Odeh, so that he does not abandon her, says his wife.
On the red carpet, they joke that he is asked how much he can cheat on her husband. He promises to interrogate the actors and throw pebbles at them.
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This year’s Amanda Award winners
After the celebrities showed off their best self on the red carpet, the stage was set for the actual awards ceremony. Among the winners is Jacob Oftebro for his performance in “The Biggest Crime”.
Here is an overview of the winners of the Amanda Jury and the Amanda Awards Committee for the 2021 Amanda Awards:
Best Norwegian Film: “The Artist and the Thief” (Director: Benjamin Ray, Producer Ingviel Geske)
Best Director: Yngvild Sve Flikke for “Ninjababy”
Best Actress: Kristen Cugat Thorpe, “Ninjababy”
best actor: Jacob Offbro on “The Biggest Crime”
Best Supporting Actress: Pia Halvorsen for “The Biggest Crime.”
Best Supporting Actor: Nader Khademi on “Ninjababy”
Best Documentary: “The Artist and the Thief” (Director: Benjamin Ray, Producer: Ingevil Geske)
Best Children’s Movie: “Tottori – Summer We Were Alone” (directed by Selge Salomonsen and Arild Austin Omundsen, Producer: Gary Kraner)
Best short film: “What is a woman?” (Director and Producer: Maren Huskgold)
Best Foreign Language Film: Another Glass (Director: Thomas Winterberg, Distributor: Arthaus)
Best scenario: Johan Fasting, co-authors; Yngvild Sve Flikke and Inga H. Sætre for “Ninjababy”
Best picture: Egel Hasgold-Larsen and Viktor Kosakovsky, “Gonda”
Best clips: Robert Stengard, “The Artist and the Thief”
Best Sound Design: Alexander Dudarev for “Gonda”
Best original music: Thomas Diebdel, “Tottori – The Summer We Were Alone.”
best fashion: Ingrid Milan, Marian Stringer, Etony Sommer Guttorsen, Birgit Larsen and Nina Boer Braun for “Great”
Best Mask/Makeup: Maria Björnice Hermansen and V Barrow for “Project Z”
Best Production Design/Scenography: Ulrika Aksin and Tobias Eving for “The Biggest Crime”
Best visual effects: Dennis Klein and Bear Limers in “The Dragon Ranger’s Birthday”
Amanda Folkets: Gil Utoya
Golden Plaques of Amanda Commission: Horst Mulkenburg
Honorary Amanda: Oddvar Bull Tuhus
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