Whether short, queer, animated or documentary — Hamburg loves film and has the festivals to prove it. See what's on and enjoy the show.
Watch 120 international films and documentaries premiere and mingle with actors and directors at the annual FilmFest Hamburg.
Watch anything from art house films to international blockbusters on a canvas floating directly over the Inner Alster Lake.
Germany’s oldest and largest queer film festival shows anything from feel-good films to documentaries about all things queer.
A variety of cinemas in Hamburg showcase contemporary Japanese films - from anime and comedy to drama and documentaries.
Small, experimental and low-budget documentaries from Germany and beyond are shown at various small cinemas in Hamburg.
Simultaneously with FilmFest Hamburg, the best international youth and children's films are awarded by a jury of young experts.
From animations to kid-friendly documentaries: this festival showcases international short films for kids.
During this celebration of the short film, 14,000 visitors are treated to over 400 films in international and national competitions.
The realm of imagination — from science-fiction to horror — is at the centre of this riveting film festival at the Savoy cinema.
Germany's only music film festival celebrates music of all genres and rounds off with the Music Film Contest at the Reeperbahn Festival.
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