Over five consecutive days, UNERHÖRT! music film festival screens two dozen current music documentaries. As part of Reeperbahn Festival, the best works are awarded the Reeperbahn Festival Music Film award. 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 film all have one thing in common: a backstage pass to 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 who cause a stir wherever they go. On the other hand, audiences will be exposed to underground artists that have yet to be discovered by European audiophiles.
2020 dates TBA
B-Movie, 3001 Cinemas
For more information, please visit the official UNERHÖRT! website.
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