Swedish veteran director Jan Troell's Everlasting Moments picked up four awards, including best film, at the Guldbagge awards.

The film, nominated in eight categories, won the prizes for best film, best actress (Maria Heiskanen), best actor (Mikael Persbrandt) andbest supporting actor (Jesper Christensen). It also wona best achievement kudo for composer Matti Bye.

To add to a fine evening for Troell, Everlasting Moments also won an audience vote staged by the upcoming Göteborg International Film Festival.

Sweden's official candidate for the Oscar as Best Foreign-Language Feature will receive the Göteborg Film Prize, with $6,200 (SEK 50,000), at the festival opening on Jan 23.

Tomas Alfredson was named best director for Let the Right One In. The film was also honoured for best screen play (John Ajvide Lindqvist) and best cinematography (Hoyte van Hoytema).

The film also received best achievement awards for production design (Eva Noren) and sound design (Per Sundström, with Jonas Jansson and Patrik Strömdahl).

Maria Lundqvist left with a Guldbagge for her supporting role in Simon Staho's Heaven's Heart (Himlens hjärta); Jonas Odell's Lies (Lögner) was the jury's favourite short; Mark Hammarberg, Ester Martin Bergsmark, Beatrice Maggie Andersson's Maggie in Wonderland (Maggie vaknar på balkongen) became Best Documentary.

The Swedish Film Institute gave its life achievement statuette to actress Harriet Andersson. Chinese director Ang Lee's Lust Caution was named Best Foreign Language Feature; Danish director Peter Flinth's Arn - The Kingdom at Road's End (Arn - Riket vid vägens slut) was the audience preference; and composer Georg Ridell received a special award for his contributions to children's films.