From art house flicks to blockbusters, watch films in their original languages every day of the week in Hamburg.
This film festival featuring local artists under the age of 27 has been going strong for over three decades.
Not sure where to find films in their original language? From tiny hole-in-the-wall theatres to multiplexes, we've got you covered.
Film may be a universal language, but every country's cinema culture has its own quirks. Find out about Germany's here.
Watch international classics, cult films and blockbusters at these open air cinemas in Hamburg’s great urban outdoors.
Only have time to go to the cinema once this week? Our film tip will point you in the right direction — with no dubbed over voices.
Watch everything from art house films to international blockbusters on a screen floating on the Inner Alster Lake.
Small, experimental and low-budget documentaries from Germany and beyond are shown at various small cinemas in Hamburg.
The realm of imagination — from science-fiction to horror — is at the centre of this riveting film festival at the Savoy cinema.
This French animation film festival offers fun and entertainment for young and old!
Watch dozens of international feature films, shorts and documentaries and mingle with actors and creators at the annual FilmFest Hamburg.
Germany’s oldest and largest queer film festival shows everything from feel-good films to documentaries.
During this celebration of the short film, 14,000 visitors are treated to over 400 films in international and national competitions.
Cinemas across Hamburg showcase contemporary Japanese films - from anime and comedy to drama and documentaries.
Watch some of the year's best international youth and children's films in a festival that runs alongside FilmFest Hamburg.
From animations to kid-friendly documentaries, this festival showcases international short films for kids.
Germany's only music film festival culminates in the Music Film Contest at the Reeperbahn Festival.