Apart from the Guldbagge Awards, a separate award called the Gullspira Award is presented at the same ceremony. Previously even the Ingmar Bergman Award and the Audience Award was presented at the Guldbagge ceremony.
The Gullspira is an award that goes to an individual who has made a special contribution to children's films. Set up by the board of the Swedish Film Institute and first presented in 2006, the award takes its name from the name of the goat in the classic Swedish children's film Barnen från Frostmofjället.
The Audience Award was the Swedish cinemagoers vote for their favourite over the previous year and was presented at the Guldbagge ceremony. The award was set up in 2006 by the current CEO of the Swedish Film Institute, Cissi Elwin Frenkel.
The Ingmar Bergman Award was primarily intended to honour achievements in Swedish film which had not otherwise been considered when the Guldbagge awards were handed out. The jury comprised Ingmar Bergman himself and the CEO of the Swedish Film Institute. The award was first presented at the 1978 Guldbagge ceremony, and presentation ceased after Bergman's death in 2007.