Nordisk Film receives many nominations for the Robert Award show 2016


Martin Zandvliet's "Land of Mine" received 14 nominations prior to this year’s Robert Award show. Also “A War”, “The Shamer’s Daughter” and “Key House Mirror” have drawn attention. 

"A War" and "Land of Mine", both produced by Nordisk Film, are among the top nominated films for a Robert Award 2016. The nominations were announced Tuesday.

Martin Zandvliet's "Land of Mine" is top scorer with 14 nominations, including "Danish feature film of the year", "Director of the year" and "Male lead of the year" (Roland Møller).

Tobias Lindholm's "A War" received 10 nominations in top categories such as "Danish feature film of the year", "Director of the year" and "Male lead of the year" (Pilou Asbæk).

Kennetz Kainz' "The Shamer's Daughter" has received impressing 11 Robert nominations, while "Iqbal Farooq" lanched by Nordisk Film Distribution is nominated in four categories.

Michel Noer's "Key House Mirror" featuring Ghita Nørby has received three Robert nominations, e.g. "Director of the year" and is expected to receive another nomination Friday when nominations for the category "Female lead of the year" is announced.

Erik Clausen's "People Get Eaten" has received two Robert nominations, including the audience award, which all Danish films are nominated for, and the category "Original Song of the year". The song "Into the dark" is created by Kim Larsen.

Nordisk Film Distribution is represented in the category "American film of the year" with Dennis Villeneuve's thriller "Sicario".

The Robert Award show takes places Sunday February 7th.