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    Nordische Filmtage Lübeck 2022: the complete winners

    Upon its conclusion in 6 November, the awards for the 64th Nordische Filmtage Lübeck were handed out in a ceremony where prizes worth 63,000 euros were awarded. The first Nordische Filmtage award – an historical brick from Lübeck – was the Honorary Award handed to Friðrik Þór Friðriksson during the NFL opening night at the CineStar cinema on November 2. Below, you can find the complete Nordische Filmtage Lübeck 2022 winners.

    Nordische Filmtage Lübeck 2022 winners:

    • NDR FILM PRIZE: Boy From Heaven (dir. Tarik Saleh) – Sweden / France / Finland / Morocco / Denmark
    • Friends of the NFL Prize for Best First Feature: The Great Silence (dir. Katrine Brocks) – Denmark
    • Lübecker Nachrichten Audience Prize: Everybody Hates Johan (dir. Hallvar Witzø) – Norway, Sweden
    • Interfilm Church Prize: Boy From Heaven (dir. Tarik Saleh) – Sweden / France / Finland / Morocco / Denmark
    • Honourable Mention: The Woodcutter Story (dir. Mikko Myllylahti) – Finland / Denmark / Netherlands / Germany
    • Baltic Film Prize for a Nordic Film: Godland (dir. Hlynur Pálmason) – Denmark, Iceland, France
    • Documentary Film Prize of a the North DGB District: Ruthless Times – Songs of Care (dir. Susanna Helke) – Finland
    • Honourable Mention: Nelly & Nadine (dir. Magnus Gertten) Sweden, Norway, Belgium
    • CineStar Prize: and died together one day (dir. Pola Rader) – Russia / Germany
    • Honourable Mention: Phantom Flight (dir. Gor Margaryan) – Germany
    • Prize for Best Nordic or Baltic Short Film: The School by the Sea (dir. Solveig Melkeraaen) – Norway
    • Honourable Mention: BLUSH – An Extraordinary Voyage (dir. Iiti Yli-Harja) – Finland
    • Children’s & Youth Film Award of the Gemeinnützige Sparkassenstiftung: Girls, Girls, Girls (dir. Alli Haapasalo) – Finland
    • Children’s Jury prize: My Robot Brother (dir. Frederik Nørgaard) – Denmark
    • Youth Jury Prize: Girls, Girls, Girls (dir. Alli Haapasalo) – Finland

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