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19 nominations for MOIN-funded productions

19.03.2024 | Deutscher Filmpreis 2024

Clemens Porykis / Deutscher Filmpreis

Six productions with North German participation can hope to win a total of 19 LOLAs at the German Film Awards 2024. Right at the forefront: the Berlinale film "Sterben" (Dying) by Hamburg-born Matthias Glasner with nine nominations. There were four nominations for "Stella. Ein Leben." by Hamburg-based Director Kilian Riedhof, and Hamburg filmmaker Ayşe Polat was also nominated three times for her Berlinale film "In the Blind Spot".

Helge Albers, CEO of MOIN Film Fund Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein: "The successful journey for Matthias Glasner's film 'Sterben' continues: after the Silver Bear at the Berlinale, there were now nine nominations at the German Film Awards, and rightly so. An intense drama with an outstanding acting ensemble, the film was shot in Hamburg for almost three weeks. Further congratulations go to Hamburg filmmaker Ayşe Polat, who was nominated in the Feature Film, Directors and Script categories for her exciting genre mix 'In the Blind Spot'. Also strong: there were four nominations for the film 'Stella. Ein Leben' by Hamburg-based Directors Kilian Riedhof. We are keeping our fingers crossed for all the nominated film teams!

Sterben (9 nominations)

  • Best Feature Film (Jan Krüger, Ulf Israel, Matthias Glasner)

  • Best Directors (Matthias Glasner)

  • Best Script (Matthias Glasner)

  • Best Female Lead (Corinna Harfouch)

  • Best Male Lead (Lars Eidinger)

  • Best Supporting Male (Hans-Uwe Bauer)

  • Best Supporting Male Actor (Robert Gwisdek)

  • Best Editing (Heike Gnida)

  • Best Film Music (Lorenz Dangel)

Find out more about the film in the MOIN online magazine.

Stella. Ein Leben. (4 nominations)

  • Best Production Design (Albrecht Konrad, Ellen Somnitz, Ruth Barbara Wilbert)

  • Best Costume Design (Thomas Oláh)

  • Best Hair & Make Up (Kerstin Gaecklein, Heiko Schmidt, Lisa Becker)

  • Best Visual Effects (Marco Del Bianco, Benedict Neuenfels)

In the Blind Spot (3 nominations)

  • Best Feature Film (Mehmet Aktaş)

  • Best Director (Ayşe Polat)

  • Best Script (Ayşe Polat)

Sophia, der Tod und ich (1 nomination)

  • Best male lead role (Marc Hosemann)

The Dive (1 nomination)

  • Best sound design (Michael Schlömer, Corinna Fleig, Tobias Fleig)

Lonely Oaks (1 nomination)

  • Best Documentary (Melanie Andernach, Knut Losen, Fabiana Fragale, Kilian Kuhlendahl, Jens Mühlhoff)

The German Film Awards will be presented on 3 May 2024. You can find an overview of all nominations at

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