As Germany's oldest and largest queer film festival, the International Queer Film Festival Hamburg has emerged from a cultural free space and is firmly established both regionally and nationally and will take place for the 31st time in 2020.
Meanwhile the International Queer Film Festival Hamburg has become the second largest film event in the city. More than 15,000 guests attend the International Queer Film Festival in Hamburg every year. The special thing about the Film Days is the close connection to the audience and the queer communities. Hamburg's viewers take an active part in the events, thus creating a unique festival atmosphere.
Further information on the 31st International Queer Film Festival Hamburg 2020 will be available here soon.
Review of the 30th International Queer Film Festival 2019
Last year, Germany's largest queer film festival once again presents an extensive programme that takes up many of these themes and is usually more than just lesbian or gay. The Film Days were opened on 15 October with the dance film "And Then We Danced" on the grounds of Kampnagel. A wide variety of films from all corners of the world were shown on the following days in the Metropolis, Passage, Studio and the Rote Flora.