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  • 59. Nordic Film Days Lübeck: Call for Entries / Film submissions

    Lübeck - April 24, 2017. Film submissions for the up-coming 59. Nordic Film Days Lübeck (01.-05.11.2017) are now possible till August 1st, 2017
    You can directly upload your data and films via our online submission
    Information on our terms are available as pdf download: Nordic-Baltic programme / Filmforum programme (in German only)
    Regarding any questions, please contact Sandra Jung (Project Manager): sandra.jung@filmtage.luebeck.de More

  • Changes in festival management at the Nordic Film Days Lübeck

    Changes in festival management at the Nordic Film Days Lübeck

    Feb. 13, 2017 - The 59th Nordic Film Days Lübeck will see some personnel changes. Florian Vollmers has joined the festival management team and will take over as managing director on July 1, 2017. The 43-year-old Vollmers was most recently director of the Osnabrück Independent Film Festival (Unabhängiges Filmfest) and is an aficionado of northern European cinema. After graduating in media sciences and Scandinavian studies, Florian Vollmers worked as a journalist; he headed up the Nordic Film Days press and PR office from 2007 to 2012. After six years at the helm, Christian Modersbach is stepping down from the NFL management team on June 30, 2017; he will continue to work on special events, and on the new festival section devoted to TV series. More

  • Another increase in visitors for 185 films and 250 screenings

    Another increase in visitors for 185 films and 250 screenings

    Lübeck, Nov. 7, 2016. The 58th Nordic Film Days Lübeck (Nov. 2 – 6, 2016) came to a festive close on Sunday after 250 screenings of a total of 185 films. There was enormous interest among visitors for the festival’s newest attractions, such as Scandinavian TV series, virtual reality stations and the fulldome 360° cinema. With a total of 32,000 visitors, more people than ever came to Lübeck for the NFL, making it the largest influx of attendees in the history of the festival. More

  • The prize winners of the 58th Nordic Film Days Lübeck – Feature debut “Heartstone” from Iceland wins the NDR Film Prize – Audience Prize goes to Denmark

    The prize winners of the 58th Nordic Film Days Lübeck – Feature debut “Heartstone” from Iceland wins the NDR Film Prize – Audience Prize goes to Denmark

    Lübeck, Nov. 5, 2016.The debut feature “Heartstone” (Hjartasteinn) by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson is the winner of the NDR Film Prize at the 58th Nordic Film Days Lübeck (Nov. 2 – 6, 2016). Accepting the award as part of the gala Film Prize Night in Theater Lübeck, the young Icelandic director expressed delight at winning the prize with its 12,500 euro endowment, the largest in the festival. More