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Pernilla August’s “Beyond” wins Nordic film prize

Published tisdag 18 oktober 2011 kl 13.48
Pernilla August won this year's Nordic Council Film Prize for "Beyond". Photo: Soren Bidstrup/Scanpix

The Nordic Council Film Prize 2011 was awarded to Swedish actress and filmmaker Pernilla August for Beyond (Svinalängorna), her first movie, for being a "hard-hitting, complex drama – raw and delicate at the same time, dark yet filled with the light of life.”

The movie, made in 2010, is based on Susanna Alakoskis novel about a Finnish immigrant family struggling with the effects of alcoholism and abuse in the small town of Ystad during the 1960s. The film featured actors Noomi and Ola Rapace.

The British actress Helen Mirren, a member of the jury, announced the winner at a ceremony in Copenhagen Monday evening.

The Nordic Council Film Prize has been awarded every year since 2005. The prize sum is about 50,000 US dollars.

Established in 1952, the Nordic Council is a forum for cooperation between the Nordic countries with 87 elected members from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland.

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