Here you find a selection of photos of the 65. Nordic Film Days Lübeck.
Our series programmer Wendy Mitchell talks with guests of the 65. Nordic Film Days about the films they brought to Lübeck.
3 days on the Baltic Sea, 4 carefully selected and accompanied film screenings and an eventful day in Helsinki: the exclusive NFL Film Cruise
In honour of the centennial of Thomas Mann’s “Magic Mountain”, the Retrospective of the 66th Nordic Film Days Lübeck (November 6 – 10, 2024) will be dedicated to snow.
Ticket numbers of this year's Nordic Film Days Lübeck are close to the record results in 2019, when a total of almost 30,000 spectators visited the festival. Almost 200 filmmakers from all Nordic and Baltic countries and Germany presented their work personally to the audience as guests of the festival.
The film awards for the 65th Nordic Film Days Lübeck were handed out this evening at the gala Prize Night at Theater Lübeck. MC Loretta Stern hosted the ceremony during which prizes worth 65,000 euros were awarded.
The 65th edition of the Nordic Film Days Lübeck started the festival with a celebratory opening in the large hall of the Cinestar Stadthalle. As part of the opening, the festival's honorary prize was awarded to the Swedish director and screenwriter Roy Andersson.
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