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Lars Von Trier

Lars von Trier is the co-founder of the Danish production company Zentropa as well as one of the founders of the Danish Dogme movement in the 1990s. Lars von Trier's films have won prizes worldwide. This includes many of the major awards at Cannes Film Festival; The Palme d'Or for Dancer in the Dark, the Grand Prix du Jury for Breaking the Waves, the best Actress award for Charlotte Gainbourg's performance in Antichrist as well as the best Actress award for Kirsten Dunst's performance in Melancholia.


2018 The House that Jack built, offical selection - out of competition - Cannes Film Festival
2013 Nymphomaniac Volume 1 and Nymphomaniac Vol. 2
2011 Melancholia, Actress award, Cannes Film Festival
2008 Antichrist, Actress award - Cannes Film Festival
2007 To Each his Cinema (short film)
2007 Boss of it all
2005 Manderlay
2003 The Five Obstructions
2003 Dogville

2000 Dancer in the Dark, Palme d'or and Best Actress award, Cannes Film Festival
1998 The Idiots (Idioterne)
1996 Breaking the Waves, Grand Jury Prize - Cannes Film Festival
1991 Europa - Jury Prize ex aequo, Grand Prix of the Superior Technical Commission, Grand Prix de la commission Supérieure Technique - Cannes Film Festival
1987 Epidemic
1984 The Element of crime (Forbrydelsens Element), Palme d'or and Actress award - Cannes Film Festival