Filmfest
#FFHH17
5.10. - 14.10.2017
Hamburg

Commerzbank Audience Award

The Commerzbank Audience Award includes prize money of 5,000 euros and is given to the best film of the "Eurovisuell" section. The audience gets to decide by public vote which of the competing films is their favorite.

Award Winner 2016:

The Day Will Come
Regie: Jesper W. Nielsen


 

 

Nominated Films

Cruelty

FF 2017 | Iceland 2016 | 105 Min. | OV with engl. s.t.
Director: Anton Sigurðsson
rated for 0 + years
The peace and quiet of Reykjavik are shaken when two sisters aged 7 and 10 are found brutally murdered. Against her will, Inspector Edda …

The Dissidents

FF 2017 | Estonia, Finland, Latvia 2017 | 92 Min. | OV with engl. s.t.
Director: Jaak Kilmi
rated for 0 + years
The 1980s: Europe is cut in half by the Iron Curtain. Three young Estonians manage to flee the Soviet Union to Sweden. For them, it's like entering …

For Your Own Good

FF 2017 | Spain 2017 | 92 Min. | OV with engl. s.t.
Director: Carlos Therón
rated for 0 + years
Fathers on the verge of a nervous breakdown: Arturo, Poli and Chus are going through a difficult phase – their daughters have fallen in love. And …

Rock'n Roll

FF 2017 | France 2017 | 123 Min. | OV with engl. s.t.
Director: Guillaume Canet
rated for 0 + years
When actor Guillaume Canet hears from a younger female colleague that he is no longer "rock'n roll", he desperately tries to give his image a …

Solitaire

FF 2017 | Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt 2016 | 92 Min. | OV with german s.t.
Director: Sophie Boutros
rated for 0 + years
Therese, the wife of the mayor of a Lebanese village, can't wait to meet her daughter's future husband and his parents. She excitedly discusses the …

A Song from Lisbon

FF 2017 | Portugal 2016 | 110 Min. | OV with engl. s.t.
Director: Pedro Varela
rated for 0 + years
Medical student Vasco loves his life in Lisbon: he parties and goes dancing and loves to set the girls' hearts a-flutter. And, naturally, with all …

You Disappear

FF 2017 | Denmark, Sweden 2017 | 117 Min. | OV with engl. s.t.
Director: Peter Schønau Fog
rated for 0 + years
Mia (Trine Dyrholm) is flabbergasted when her head teacher husband Frederik (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) is suddenly accused of embezzling millions and …