Thursday, October 7, 6 p.m.
It is time to award this year’s LUCAS prizes in the cinema of the DFF.
Attend the prize ceremony from the comfort of your home via ZOOM! You will receive the ZOOM link via email@example.com
In the 8+ and 13+ sections, young film fans and adult industry professionals decide collectively on who wins the competition. The winner of the 16+ competition is chosen by six teenagers from Bulgaria, Germany, and Italy. The juries of “European Children’s Film Association” as well as the group “Cinema Without Borders” also award a prize. Festival attendees and guests vote for the winner of the Audience Award. For the very first time, the “Stadtteiljury” gets to award a short film in competition with a prize.
Here’s an overview of all the prizes:
- Best Feature Film 8+ (5,000 euros), donated by the Sparkassen Kulturstiftung Hessen-Thüringen
- Best Short Film 8+ (2,000 euros)
- ECFA Award (non-monetary)
- Best Feature Film 13+ (5,000 euros)
- Best Short Film 13+ (2,000 euros)
- Award for an Outstanding Cinematic Achievement (2,000 euros)
Section 16+ | Youngsters:
- LUCAS Youngsters Award (5,000 euros)
Short Film Competition:
- “Stadtteiljury” award
Every competition section:
- MOZAIK Audience Award (non-monetary)
- Bridging the Borders Award (non-monetary)