More than 180 films will be shown in almost 250 public screenings at Lübeck venues during the 65 Nordic Film Days. And more than 50 percent of that line-up will be available from 7 pm on November 1 through the end of the festival for streaming by audiences all over Germany.

A total of twelve jury prizes, with a total endowment of 65,000 Euros will be awarded, including the audience prize, and the Honorary Award, which this year goes to Swedish director and screenwriter Roy Andersson. The Honorary Award will be presented at the opening night ceremony on November 1, while the rest of the awards will be presented on November 5 during the gala Prize Night at Theater Lübeck.

"Our anniversary year gathers together all the forms and genres of Nordic filmmaking", says Thomas Hailer, artistic director, "an impressive year filled with work that will resonate and occupy our thoughts long after the final credits have rolled".


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Film submissions for the up-coming 66th Nordic Film Days Lübeck (6.-10.11.2024) are possible until August 1st, 2024. CALL FOR ENTRIES.