16th–22nd Jan 2020
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Wed 22.01. 20:00 / HAU Hebbel am Ufer (HAU2)

Festival Screening & Award Ceremony

Screening of the Jury Award nominated films and the Audience Award Winner

This year for the very first time, we’ll present a festival screening featuring all films that are nominated for the Jury Award at HAU2. Expect a thrilling line-up of films from all genres!

Afterwards the jury will announce the winning film and award the filmmaker. The nominated films will be announced at the festival opening and on Facebook. Apart from the Jury Award the festival will also give away an Audience Award. The audience votes during all festival screenings and the film that got the most votes will be screened once again at HAU2.

Biographies of the jury members HERE

In collaboration with HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Awards supported by Fritz Kola.

Rachel (Drama), R.: Caroline Bartleet, 11:00 Min.
When a rare chance for a meeting with her estranged daughter presents itself, Rachel (Jodie Whittaker, “Dr. Who”, “Broadchurch”) grabs it with both hands.

Leash (Drama/Mystery), R.: Harry Lighton, 17:36 Min.
Wales, June 2016. For a girl gang the line between patriotism and xenophobia becomes blurred.

O Hunter Heart (Animation/ Experimental), R.: Carla MacKinnon, 7:00 Min.
Nature and domesticity collide in a dark animated tale of love and loss.

If You Knew (Documentary), R.: Stroma Cairns, 5:20 Min.
After months of fighting, two brothers come together.

End-O (Comedy/Drama), R.: Alice Seabright, 15:00 Min.
Jaq (Sophia Di Martino, “Yesterday”) is angry. But she also wants to have sex. Should be no problem, but her body is out to sabotage.

The Devil's Harmony (Coming of Age/Mystery), R.: Dylan Holmes Williams, 14:00 Min.
A bullied teenage girl (Patsy Ferran, “Tulip Fever”) leads an a cappella club on a trail of destruction against her high school enemies.

The Fight (Drama), R.: Georgi Banks-Davies, 13:00 Min.
Two men, who live in the same city but experience vastly different struggles, are drawn into a fight. Based on a true story.