Joachim Trier, Eskil Vogt, and Thomas Robsahm have won the Nordic Council Film Prize for “Louder Than Bombs”

01.11.16 | News
Nordisk Råds filmpris 2016
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The Norwegian director and screenwriter Joachim Trier, screenwriter Eskil Vogt, and producer Thomas Robsahm have been awarded the Nordic Council Film Prize for “Louder Than Bombs” at the Nordic Council prize award ceremony in Copenhagen.

Their prize of DKK 350,000 was presented by last year’s winner of the film prize, Dagur Kári, at the DR Concert Hall.

The adjudication committee writes:

“Louder Than Bombs” is a highly distinctive, inventive, and visionary film about a family being torn apart in the years following the death of the mother and wife.

Joachim Trier and his team embark on an artistic enterprise that takes storytelling to a new level. Its complexity of structure, its emotional probing, and its ability to dismember clichés should ensure its place in the curriculum of film schools around the world.