UNERHÖRT! Music Film Festival Hamburg

Michel Houellebecq & Iggy pop / To stay alive: A method

UNERHÖRT! Music Film Festival Hamburg

Germany's only music film festival celebrates music of all genres and rounds off with the Music Film Contest at the Reeperbahn Festival.

UNERHÖRT! Music Film Festival Hamburg

Over five consecutive days, UNERHÖRT! music film festival shows a total of 24 current music documentaries. As part of Reeperbahn Festival, the best works are awarded the Reeperbahn Festival Music Film awards. Ticket holders for Reeperbahn Festival can make up their own minds: they gain free entry to all screenings at the three participating cinemas

Stars and Newcomers

Featured movies all have one thing in common: a backstage pass behind the scenes of the most fascinating international music artists. Their range is described perfectly by the two meanings of the German word “unerhört”: “outrageous” and, with a bit of imagination, “unheard of”. On the one hand, there are the movies about international rock legends that have been causing outrages wherever they went: Black Sabbath, Iggy Pop and the Rolling Stones. On the other hand, there are the underground artists that have yet to be discovered by European audiophiles. The documentary “Wenn Gott schlaft”, for example, tells the story of Iranian underground artist Shahin Najafi.

Dates
September 2018

Location
B-Movie, Metropolis and Studio Cinemas

For more information, please visit the official UNERHÖRT! website.

UNERHÖRT! Music Film Festival Hamburg