Winner 2020

The Green Horizons Award 2020 for the best documentary with an ecological theme has been awarded to NUCLEAR FOREVER, directed by Carsten Rau.

The jury commended this beautifully shot and edited film for the calm and objective way in which it discusses the difficult issues that continue to arise out of the contrasting nuclear energy policies of Germany and France. Access to several of the major sites involved, in both countries, allows us to sample a variety of expert viewpoints – technical, economic and political – concerning the respective advantages and disadvantages of either national system. In bringing forward a series of strong voices at plant and community level, in an open-minded way, the film invites the audience to come to its own conclusions on a vital and complex issue of our time.

Special mention goes to another film in the competition, THE STORY OF PLASTIC, directed by Deia Schlosberg, for its ‘elegance, lucidity and overall power of argument.’

Jury 2018


Alina Hische (25) and Johannes Skowron ( 24) are the founders of the social startup "Re-Athlete". It has been already two years since the two students started selling recycled Sportswear made out of ocean trash. They unite sustainability and sport with regional production of goods

Antje Hubert

Born in Celle in Niedersachsen. She studied Arts and History in Braunschweig and Kiel. Until 2016 she was director, producer and chief executive in the filmproduction GbR. Since 2018 Antje Hubert created her own label mairafilm and produces films.

Roland Makulla

Born in Braunschweig, he returned after various stations abroad in 2007 to the Löwenstadt, made a career change and took over the quality and sustainability management at oeding print GmbH and stands with great personal conviction behind the transformation of the company into one of the "greenest" printing houses in Germany.