Lars Von Trier's erotic epic Nymphomaniac and Thomas Vinterberg's critically-acclaimed drama The Hunt will lead the way at Denmark's version of the Oscars after landing six nominations each. The two films will fight for the Bodil Awards' Best Picture prize, alongside Michael Noer's Northwest, Nils Malmros' Sorrow and Joy, and Mikkel Norgaard's The Keeper of Lost Causes, while Nymphomaniac's Stellan Skarsgard will go head-to-head with The Hunt's Mads Mikkelsen in the Best Actor category. Nymphomaniac stars Charlotte Gainsbourg and Stacy Martin are both shortlisted for Best Actress, while co-stars Uma Thurman and Jamie Bell have also scored nods in the supporting categories, alongside the likes of Kristin Scott Thomas (Only God Forgives), Roland Miller (Northwest) and The Hunt's Thomas Bo Larsen, Lars Ranthe, Susse Wold and Anne-Louise Hassing. Meanwhile, the U.S. Feature prize will be a battle between Richard Linklater's Before Midnight, Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha and Benh Zeitlin's Beasts of the Southern Wild. Blue Is The Warmest Color and Rust and Bone are among the nominees for the Non-U.S. Feature title. The winners of the Bodil Awards will be announced at a ceremony in Copenhagen on 1 February (14). The Bodil Awards nominations have given The Hunt a big boost ahead of the 2014 Academy Awards - Denmark's official entry has been named among the nine semi-finalists to compete for the Oscars' Best Foreign Language Film category. The final shortlist of five will be announced on 16 January (14), when the full list of Oscar nods will be unveiled.