Damir Lukacevic
Damir Lukacevic


Ein Nasser Hund

2021, feature, writer/director, Carte Blanche Intl. / Warner Bros.

Polizeiruf Rostock – Der dunkle Zwilling

2019, TV/NDR, writer/director,  Filmpool Fiction

Im Namen meines Sohnes

2016, TV/ZDF, writer/director, Jumping Horse Film


2010, feature, writer/director, Schiwagofilm/ZDF/Arte, FFA, MFG


2003, feature, writer/director, Gambit Film/ZDF

Spiel des Tages

1999, short, writer/director, Bluefilm Berlin

Fremde Heimat

1996, short, writer/director, dffb


Damir Lukacevic completed his studies from 1993 to 1999 at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb).


During his studies, he received several awards for his short films, including the German Federal Film Award in Gold for "FREMDE HEIMAT" and the rating "besonders wertvoll" for "SPIEL DES TAGES".


In 2003 he was awarded the Geneva-Europe script award and the ver.di television award for best director for his first feature film “HEIMKEHR”. The science fiction drama «TRANSFER» has been shown at over 30 international festivals and has won 8 awards, including the CIVIS TELEVISION AWARD 2014 in the entertainment (fiction) category.



WON, CIVIS TV Award – category entertainment (Fiction)

WON, MELIES D'ARGENT – Best European Film at the Brussels International Fantasy Festival

WON, BEST SCIENCE FICTION FEATURE AWARD at the 10. Shriekfest in Los Angeles

WON, BEST FEATURE FILM „Baden-Württembergischer Filmpreis“ 
WON, 2010 AUDIENCE AWARD at the 20. Film festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

WON, AUDIENCE AWARD Fresh Film Fest, Prague 2011 
WON, AUDIENCE AWARD at the Science Fiction Festival in Athens, 
WON, 2012 ASTEROID AWARD at the Scienceplusfiction Festival in Triest


WON, GENEVA-EUROPE, Best screenplay

WON, VERDI-TV Award, Best directing

Nominated for Baden-Württembergischen script Award 2002
Nominated for the MFG-Star
Nominated for the German Camera Award

Spiel des Tages


2. prize at the Internationalen Filmfestival in Palm Springs

Fremde Heimat

German Federal Film Award in Gold

Freedom Prize at the Berlin Film Festival 1996

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