Edda Awards 2013: 15th Annual Edduverðlaunin Winners

The Deep

The winners for the 15th Annual Edda Awards (Edduverðlaunin) have been announced. The 2013 Edda Awards winners were chosen by the “Icelandic Film and Television Academy (IKSA)…an Icelandic filmmakers association [whose]…aim is to enhance the Icelandic film and TV industry…The Edda celebrates the achievements in the sector[s], and its aim is to promote the industr[ies] and motivate its members…Members of the Academy vote on the work and individuals that are awarded each year.”

The winners of the 2013 Edda Awards:

Best Film
Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Director
Baltasar Kormákur, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Actor
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Actress
Sara Dögg Ásgeirsdóttir, Pressa 3 (The Press, season 3)

Best Supporting Actor
Damon Younger, Svartur á leik (Black’s Game)

Best Supporting Actress
María Birta Bjarnadóttir, Svartur á leik (Black’s Game)

Best Screenplay
Óskar Þór Axelsson, Svartur á leik (Black’s Game)

Best Cinematography
Bergsteinn Björgúlfsson, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Editing
Sverrir Kristjánsson / Elísabet Rónaldsdóttir, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Production Design
Atli Geir Grétarsson, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Costume Design
Helga I. Stefánsdóttir, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Documentary
Hrafnhildur – Heimildamynd um kynleiðréttingu (Hrafnhildur – a Documentary on Transgender)

Best Children’s Work
Ávaxtakarfan (The Basket of Fruits)

Best Short Movie
Sailcloth

Best Sound
Kjartan Kjartansson / Ingvar Lundberg, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Music
Ben Frost / Daníel Bjarnason, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best Effects
Daði Einarsson, Djúpið (The Deep)

Make-Up
Ragna Fossberg, Djúpið (The Deep)

Best TV Program
Pressa 3 (The Press, season 3)

Best Entertainment Program
Andraland

Best Culture and Lifestyle Program
Hljómskálinn

Best News and Interviews Program
Kastljós

Honourary Award
Kristin Jóhannesdóttir

Source: Icelandicfilmcentre.is, Chinokino

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