Lesbian and Gay Film Festival Hamburg



Hamburg. Once a year-in particular from 19 to 24 October - is the largest of Germany's oldest gay film festival on the Alster.
The Lesbian and Gay Film Festival started in Hamburg and In fact, more than 15,000 visitors to the Hanse city and its cinema.
A well prepared and open-minded person will find home at the Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
21st Annual Hamburg already exists.
The expectations are high and the audience. .
Apart from the popular audience awards GLOBOLA, DOKULA and Ursula,
will the way prices for the best feature, documentary and short film and each endowed with 1,000 was again awarded the highest price queer Jury Prize in Germany.
The international jury, including
Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce and the Director Transgender Film Festival of Amsterdam
TranScreen, Paul ter Veld - will be present.
The other activities were worthwhile.
source - author : Gaybars.eu

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