Nordische Filmtage Lübeck announces full 2021 programme, including 14-film documentary competition

(Translated from English by Google Gtranslate)

The 63rd Nordische Filmtage Lübeck has announced the complete programme of the hybrid 2021 festival. From 3 to 7 November, 133 films will be shown across 270 screenings at Lübeck venues. In addition, more than 109 films (as of 12 October)) will be available to stream within Germany.

The film programme comprises ten festival sections, showing both feature-length and short films, as well as a selection of TV series. Also, this year’s Retrospective, entitled «Sing a Song!», brings back to the big screen a range of Nordic and Baltic musicals and pop music. And the Homage honours the Danish actor Trine Dyrholm with a review of five of her most important films.

Below, find the complete documentary competition. Find more information and tickets on this and the entire 63rd Nordische Filmtage Lübeck – HERE

Documentary Competition Titles

  • Arica (dir. William Johansson Kalén, Lars Edman) – Sweden / Chile / Belgium / Norway 2020
  • Flee (dir. Jonas Poher Rasmussen) Denmark / France / Sweden / Norway / the Netherlands 2021
  • Prejudice and Pride – Swedish Film Queer (dir. Eva Beling) – Sweden / Iceland / Finland 2021
  • GABI, between ages 8 and 13 (dir. Engeli Broberg) – Sweden 2021
  • How to Kill a Cloud (dir. Tuija Halttunen) – Finland / Denmark 2021
  • President (dir. Camilla Nielsson) – Denmark / USA / Norway / Simbabwe 2021
  • The Red Ring (dir. Joonas Berghäll) – Finland / Germany / Sweden 2021
  • Sabaya (dir. Hogir Hirori) – Sweden 2021
  • He’s My Brother (dir. Cille Hannibal, Christine Hanberg) – Denmark / Norway 2021
  • Skál (dir. Cecilie Debell, Maria Tórgarð)- Denmark / Faroer 2021
  • Trust Me (dir. Emil Trier) – Norway 2021
  • The Most Beautiful Boy in the World (dir. Kristina Lindström, Kristian Petri) – Sweden 2021
  • When a farm goes aflame (dir. Jide Tom Akinleminu)- Germany 2021
  • Life of Ivanna (dir. Renato Borrayo Serrano) – Russia / Norway / Finland / Estonia 2021

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