In 2018, dokumentarfilmwoche hamburg celebrated its 15th anniversary and has been going strong since. Every year the festival screens dozens of documentary films. Curators select compelling and artistically compelling work on a variety of topics, but generally audiences can expect a strong focus on political and social topics.
Metropolis, Lichtmess, B-Movie, and Gängeviertel cinemas host the five-day event, and generally screen films in their original language. If indicated as “OmeU”, non-English language films have English subtitles.
For more information, please visit the official website of dokumentarfilmwoche hamburg
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