2023-01-23 21:56Press release

Winners of the 2022 Guldbagge Awards

Photo: Pelle T Nilsson / SPAPhoto: Pelle T Nilsson / SPA

Triangle of Sadness was the big winner at the Guldbagge Awards gala, held at Cirkus in Stockholm tonight. Ruben Östlund’s film picked up six awards including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Dolly de Leon). Tarik Saleh was awarded Best Screenwriter for Boy from Heaven, while Historjá - Stitches for Sápmi won the Best Documentary award, and Little to Big picked up the award for Best Short Film. 

The 58th Guldbagge Awards gala was hosted by Parisa Amiri and was broadcast live by Sveriges Television. The following Guldbagge Awards were handed out at the ceremony: 

BEST FILM
Triangle of Sadness
Producers: Erik Hemmendorff and Philippe Bober  

BEST DIRECTOR
Ruben Östlund
for Triangle of Sadness 

BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
Sigrid Johnson
for Sasha in Comedy Queen 

BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
Granit Rushiti
for Zlatan in I Am Zlatan  

BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Dolly de Leon
for Abigail in Triangle of Sadness 

BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Zlatko Burić
for Dimitry in Triangle of Sadness 

BEST SCREENPLAY
Tarik Saleh
for Boy from Heaven 

BEST EDITING
Åsa Mossberg and Line Schou
for Daughters 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Jonas Alarik
for Black Crab 

BEST SOUND DESIGN
Ted Krotkiewski
for All of Our Heartbeats Are Connected Through Exploding Stars 

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
Eirik Havnes
for Historjá – Stitches for Sápmi  

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Simon Sandin
for Black Crab 

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
Sofie Krunegård
for Triangle of Sadness  

BEST SET DESIGN
Linda Janson
for Black Crab 

BEST MAKEUP
Stefanie Gredig
for Triangle of Sadness 

BEST SHORT FILM
Little to Big
Directed by Ellen Fiske and Ellinor Hallin  

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM
Historjá - Stitches for Sápmi
Directed by Thomas Jackson   

THE GULDBAGGE AUDIENCE AWARD 
Feed 
Produced by Alexander Eriksson, Paolo Vacirca and Joakim Lundell  

GULLSPIRA – for extraordinary contributions in films for children
Sanna Lenken, director and screenwriter 

THE AWARD OF HONOUR (HEDERSGULDBAGGEN)
Björn Gustafson, actor 

Awarded annually since 1964, the Guldbagge ("Golden Beetle") is the name of the Swedish Film Institute's award for achievements during the previous year. The award itself, in the form of a fantastical beetle, was designed by the artist Karl Axel Pehrson. 



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