Lars von Trier’s controversial film scoops five awards at Denmark’s oldest film awards.

Lars von Trier picked up five prizes for Antichrist at the Bodil Awards, Denmark’s oldest film prize, on held at Copenhagen’s Imperial Theatre on March 21.

It also picked up best film, best actress for Charlotte Gainsbourg, best actor for Willem Defore, best cinematography (Anthony Dod Mantle), and a Special Bodil for Best Sound-Design (Kristian Eidnes Andersen).

Rumle Hammerich’s Headhunter, last year’s second-best grossing local picture, was nominated for four Bodils, but received none. The ceremony was preceeded by the screening of Danish director Lone Scherfig’s Oscar-nominated film, An Education.

Full list of awards:

Best Film:

Best Actress:
Charlotte Gainsbourg, Antichrist

Best Actor:
Willem Defoe, Antichrist

Best Supporting Actress:
Pernille Vallentin, Ole Bornedeal’s Deliver Us From Evil

Best Actor:
Jens Andersen, Deliver Us From Evil

Best Documentary:
The Invisible Cell (Blekingegade-Banden), dir: Anders Riis-Hansen

Best Cinematography:
Anthony Dod Mantle, Antichrist

Special Bodil:
Kristian Eidnes Andersen, for best sound design (Antichrist)

Honorary Bodil:
Carsten Myllerup, Linda Krogsøe, Jens Mikkelsen, for founding the alternative film school, Super16

Best US Feature:
, dir: Pete Doctor

Best Non-US Feature:
Waltz With Bashir
, dir: Ari Folman