Ich bin Dagobert

First festival highlights 2024!

The moment has finally arrived: with world premieres, fan highlights, and series stars, we, along with our partners, present an exciting festival program filled with promising new series!

On June 5th, the series event of the year kicks off. Join us to watch exclusive big-screen premieres of the newest and hottest series in the binge universe. Supported by the Film- und Medienstiftung and Staatskanzlei NRW , we'll be showcasing over 30 series from around the world from June 5th to 8th, all with free admission.

World premiere RTL+ "Ich bin Dagobert"

The festival opens this year with the world premiere of the RTL+ production "Ich bin Dagobert," which explores the longest and most thrilling extortion case in German history. Friedrich Mücke shines here as Arno Funke, who has kept the German justice and public in suspense for years as "Dagobert". The team of producers Dominik Frankowski, Michael Souvignier and Till Derenbach, author Ronny Schalk and director Hannu Salonen now had Arno Funke as their exclusive advisor. The result is a gripping, fictional series about the most dazzling duck in the German criminal pond, which will be screened as a world premiere at Seriencamp Festival 2024. "Ich bin Dagobert" was produced by Zeitsprung Pictures.

World premiere: Netflix "Kleo" season 2

With "Kleo" Season 2, we present another exciting crime show at SERIENCAMP Festival. Netflix invites you to the exclusive world premiere of the second season of the German action-thriller series, in the presence of the cast and crew. Jella Haase reprises her role as the former East German hitwoman, still seeking revenge and chasing red suitcases, now on the big screen at the Seriencamp Festival.

Fan highlight: Disney+ "Starwars: The Acolyte"

Additionally, Disney+ offers a real fan highlight with the first episodes of the Star Wars series "The Acolyte," followed by a fan discussion to celebrate the event. ARTE presents the award-winning "Rematch," where chess world champion Kasparov faces off against the artificial intelligence of Deep Blue, and ZDFneo's "Jugend" shows that sitcoms have found a second home here.

Alongside the binge-watching on the big screen, we also offer a fantastic program of panels, podcasts, and get-togethers. Meet the creators behind the series and connect with other series fans.