64th Nordic Film Days Luebeck

02.11.2022 to 06.11.2022

On 2 November, the Nordic Film Days Lübeck 2022 will open with the Danish documentary "Music for Black Pigeon" by Jørgen Leth and Andreas Koefoed. The festival will show 173 films in nine sections, Managing Director Susanne Kasimir and Artistic Director Thomas Hailer announced at a press conference. Over 70% of the programme will also be available via streaming across Germany. "The programme in all sections is characterised by an overwhelming diversity of forms and genres and is a clear invitation to return to the cinema, to share the experience on the big screen," said Hailer. The INTERFILM Jury will award the Church Film Prize to a film in the feature film competition, which comprises 14 entries. The Nordic Film Days will honour the Icelandic director Friðrik Þór Friðriksson with an Honorary Award. Five of his films will be screened in the tribute dedicated to him.

Link: Festival website


Boy From Heaven
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The INTERFILM jury awards a film about a world where truth is disregarded. A young man visits the prestigious al-Azhar University in Cairo and gets caught up in the power struggle between the political and religious elite there. He is forced into a system where religion is being used as a mask.

The film reveals the source of real wisdom and personal conviction of the main character. Some may call him Angel or just a “boy from heaven”.

The Woodcutter Story
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The INTERFILM Jury awards a Commendation to "The Woodcutter Story" for the transposition of the Book of Job into the Finnish darkness.