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The Robert Award for Best Director (Danish : Robert Prisen for årets instruktør) is presented at an annual Robert Award show hosted by the Danish Film Academy. The category was introduced in 2001 and all directors of Danish films irrespective of the language of the film are eligible. The winner is selected among five nominees. [1]

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