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IN
DUSTRY

Here, everything revolves around the industry. Whether it's accreditation, events, our juries, or the competition structure. You can jump directly to your desired area below.

Proceduree

Film submissions for the 31st festival edition in 2025 are now possible. Submissions can be made via shortfilmdepot.com, FilmFreeWay or our portal . Anyone who wants to submit a film to us must accept the regulations .

FILM
SUBMISSIONS

  • Organizational & Artistic Direction
    Gabriel Fieger
    gabriel.fieger@kurzfilmwoche.de
    Amrei Keul
    Amrei.Keul@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Press & Public Relations
    Amrei Keul
    presse@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Programming, Curation, and Catalog
    Michael Fleig
    michael.fleig@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Festival Assistance
    Leandra Lara Steiper
    leandra.steiper@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Guest Relations
    Greta Pralle, Leon Pflieger
    guest@kurzfilmwoche.de

    (Editorial) Content Editing
    Michael Fleig

    Short Film and School
    Amrei Keul, Julio Peutler

    Website
    Tobias Horra

    Festival-App
    Michael Straßburger

    Ticketing
    Gabriel Fieger, Chrissy Grundl
    ticket@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Copy Dispatch, DCP Creation & Inspection
    Gabriel Fieger, Robert Hölzel – RHI Media

    Projection & Technology
    Gabriel Fieger, Robert Hölzel, Paul Müller, Paul Völkel

    Trailer
    Gabriel Fieger

    Graphic Design
    kitzmann.wiesinger grafik.mediendesign

    Advertising Sales & Fundraising
    Gabriel Fieger, Amrei Keul

    Interns
    Fabian Kahr, Julio Peutler

  • Organizational & Artistic Direction
    Gabriel Fieger
    gabriel.fieger@kurzfilmwoche.de
    Amrei Keul
    Amrei.Keul@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Press & Public Relations
    Amrei Keul
    presse@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Programming, Curation, and Catalog
    Michael Fleig
    michael.fleig@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Festival Assistance
    Leandra Lara Steiper
    leandra.steiper@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Guest Relations
    Greta Pralle, Leon Pflieger
    guest@kurzfilmwoche.de

    (Editorial) Content Editing
    Michael Fleig

    Short Film and School
    Amrei Keul, Julio Peutler

    Website
    Tobias Horra

    Festival-App
    Michael Straßburger

    Ticketing
    Gabriel Fieger, Chrissy Grundl
    ticket@kurzfilmwoche.de

    Copy Dispatch, DCP Creation & Inspection
    Gabriel Fieger, Robert Hölzel – RHI Media

    Projection & Technology
    Gabriel Fieger, Robert Hölzel, Paul Müller, Paul Völkel

    Trailer
    Gabriel Fieger

    Graphic Design
    kitzmann.wiesinger grafik.mediendesign

    Advertising Sales & Fundraising
    Gabriel Fieger, Amrei Keul

    Interns
    Fabian Kahr, Julio Peutler

Arrival

You can easily get to Regensburg by train or by bus. This is also how you get from the Munich Airport, Nuremberg and Frankfurt (Main) to Regensburg. You can also get there from Munich Airport by te Airport Liner. However, we recommend taking the direct train and checking in directly at the festival-center M26, which is three minutes by foot from the Central Station.

Safe Travels!

VIS

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  • Goliath Hotel

    In each of our 41 rooms, you will feel very comfortable. With great sensitivity, style, and at the highest level, we have given the rooms a distinctive character in terms of color, fabric, and material. Each one is unique, just like every individual. Let us know your favorite color, and experience truly stylish and cozy accommodation.
    All rooms and suites are equipped with insulated windows, direct dial telephone, Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TV with cable connection, air conditioning, minibar, and safe. Our bathrooms, made of natural stone, are equipped with a bathtub or shower, bathrobes, makeup mirror, hairdryer, and separate toilet. We also offer wheelchair-accessible rooms for guests with disabilities.

    Goliathstraße 10
    93047 Regensburg

    Tel: +49(0)2000 90-0
    Email: reservierung@hotel-goliath.de
    Web: hotel-goliath.de

  • Hotel Weidenhof

    Our Hotel Weidenhof is a 3-star city hotel located in the heart of the historic Old Town in Regensburg. All the major attractions of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Regensburg are practically at our doorstep. Our guests can enjoy the comfort of a modern city hotel as well as the charm of an old townhouse. The bathrooms were modernized in 2017. Our parking spaces in the parking garage at Dachauplatz are just around the corner. You are welcome to unload your luggage directly in front of the hotel. The main train station is only 400m away. We are the ideal starting point for your visit to Regensburg.

    We look forward to welcoming you,

    Kathy & Leo with the team.

    Maximilianstraße 23,
    93047 Regensburg

    Tel: +49(0)941 53031
    Fax: +49(0)941 565166
    Web: hotel-weidenhof.de

  • Castle Hotel Regensburg

    The Castle Boutique Hotel offers seven unique themed rooms and was lovingly redesigned at the beginning of 2018. It is located in a listed building from the 17th century, which adds a special charm to the hotel. Due to its excellent location in the city center, you can reach the main attractions and the pedestrian zone within a few minutes on foot. What makes us unique is our southern exposure with a clear view of Thurn & Taxis Castle and the beautiful castle park, as well as our family atmosphere.

    St.-Peters-Weg 3
    93047 Regensburg
     

    Tel: +49(0)941 2091 9283
    Fax: +49(0)941 2091 8935
    Email: reservierung@castlehotel-regensburg.de
    Web: hotel-castle.de

  • Altstadt Quartier Münchner Hof

    "What a wealth of atmospheric, picturesque effects is spread over these squares and corners, streets and alleys," characterized the historian Karl Theodor Heigel in 1911 the peculiarities of Regensburg's Old Town.

    In the midst of this narrow maze of streets lies the Hotel "Münchner Hof." The location, surrounded by high towers of nobility, medieval trading houses, and stately patrician residences, is unique in Regensburg. The two cathedral towers, standing at a height of 100 meters, are visible from the hotel. Just a stone's throw away from the hotel, the Stone Bridge spans the medieval marvel, the Danube.

    Tändlergasse 9,
    93047 Regensburg


    Tel: +49 941 5844 0
    Email: info@muenchner-hof.de 

    Web: muenchner-hof.de

  • Elements Hotel

    "The greatest sensuality is imagination" ... Christian Morgenstern (1871-1914). In the heart of the Old Town of Regensburg - right by the Cathedral - you'll find the somewhat different hotel. 4 floors... 4 elements... 4 times extravagance. Exclusive interior and contemporary design create a special atmosphere in historic rooms. Fire, water, earth, air - cold steel, sparkling amber, bubbling water, and heavenly beds...
    Visit us now in the heart of the Old Town.

    Alter Kornmarkt 3,
    93047 Regensburg

    Tel: +49(0)941 38198600
    Fax: +49(0)941 6965522
    Email: info@hotel-elements.de
    Web: www.hotel-elements.de

  • Hotel Orphée

    Above the restaurant at Untere Bachgasse No. 8 is our "Großes Haus," an expansive Baroque building with antique wooden floors, Baroque door frames, and beautiful stucco ceilings, sometimes with room sizes of 60 square meters. All rooms are uniquely and originally furnished. Here you will find antique furniture, chandeliers, old wardrobe trunks, and canopy beds. The attic rooms offer various views over the towers of Regensburg. There is an elevator available up to the 4th floor.

    Untere Bachgasse 8,
    93047 Regensburg

    Tel: +49(0)941 596020
    Fax: +49(0)941 59602199
    Web: hotel-orphee.de/hotel

  • AG Kurzfilm

    Consultation for Filmmakers

    We understand short film as an independent and innovative medium, as an artistic form of expression, and as an experimental playground even for established filmmakers.

    PART 1: How do I organize my festival submissions? What strategies are advisable? How can the AG Kurzfilm support filmmakers? What funding opportunities are available for short films in Germany?

    PART 2: How does the FFA's reference funding for short films work? Jutta Wille, Managing Director of the AG Kurzfilm, aims to answer these and other questions while engaging filmmakers in discussions about their working conditions.

    The AG Kurzfilm is the nationwide representation for German short films. Members of this umbrella organization include film festivals, film and art schools, short film distributors, as well as institutions within the film and cinema industry. Its goal is to enhance the public perception of German short films domestically and internationally, as well as to improve conditions for short film production and distribution.

    Jutta Wille has served as a production manager and producer for various film productions. She began her tenure at the AG Kurzfilm in 2003 as a project coordinator and has been the Managing Director since 2013. Additionally, she regularly serves as a member of various festival juries and selection committees and has been involved with the Filmfest Dresden since 2002.

    SA // 09.03.

    M26 – Festival-Center

    12:00 

    Anmeldung:

    leandra.steiper@kurzfilmwoche.de

  • Masterclass Neozoon: Counter-Images

    The film collective NEOZOON, founded in 2009 in Berlin and Paris, is renowned for its numerous experimental short films made from found footage, exploring sociological themes related to speciesism in capitalist societies. The film "LAKE OF FIRE" won the Candis Prize at the 2023 Kurzfilmwoche in Regensburg and was also honored with the highly prestigious Filmförderpreis at the Filmfest Dresden in the same year.

    In a masterclass, Friederike Kersten from NEOZOON will discuss the de- and recontextualization of YouTube and archival footage, the films, and the collective's work.

     

     

    After completing her studies in fine arts, Friederike Kersten obtained her master's degree from the University of Fine Arts in Braunschweig in 2000 and has since worked as an independent media artist. In 2009, she co-founded the film collective NEOZOON with her colleague Michaela Metzger, whose cinematic and artistic practice is based on the principle of found footage collage and engages with sociological questions of the Anthropocene. NEOZOON's films have received numerous awards and are showcased worldwide at film festivals, museums, and galleries.

    SA // 09.03.

    M26 – Festival-Center

    14:00 UHR

    Registration: leandra.steiper@kurzfilmwoche.de

  • Panel:

    City of Films Regensburg

    To title Regensburg as a film city, there's hardly any doubt. With five arthouse cinemas, six film festivals, various film days, open-air cinemas, the cinema pub, and much more – which city of this size can compare? We believe it's reason enough to gather all the film festivals this year and hear what they have to say and how their collaboration with the city works. Because one thing is for sure: our festivals involve a lot of passion, time, and energy – but not necessarily a lot of money, and sufficient visibility and reach, whether locally or nationally, are not always guaranteed.

    Together with Wolfgang Dersch, the cultural commissioner of the city of Regensburg, and Carolyn Molski from Regensburg Tourism GmbH, we want to showcase what we stand for, share experiences and challenges, but also dare to explore opportunities and outlooks into the future. Everyone is cordially invited to participate constructively in the exchange.

    Introducing themselves:

    Regensburger Stummfilmwoche, since 1982

    Int. Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg, since 1994

    CinEScultura, since 2008

    Transit Filmfest (formerly Heimspiel Filmfest), since 2009

    Queerstreifen, since 2012

    Hard:line Filmfest, since 2013

    Su // 10.03.

    M26 – Festival-Center

    14:00

  • Lounge Talk: getty abortions – getty emotions

    Detached from socially established, interchangeable representation conventions towards real faces with genuine emotions: the desktop essay GETTY ABORTIONS by Franzis Kabisch visualizes the portrayal of abortions in German-speaking media.

    The moderated talk with Franzis Kabisch creates space to discuss questions and emotions triggered by the film. Additionally, further short excerpts from her texts will be read aloud. Because what does it mean to represent abortions (emptily)? What is the connection between their depiction and power relations? Which scenes, which images, which feelings have been ingrained in our minds through media portrayal? Whose face is being constructed?

     

     

    The event is presented by 'Medical Students for Choice Regensburg,' a student working group dedicated to destigmatizing and making abortions visible in education and society.

    Mo // 11.03.

    W1 - Kultur-Café
    17:30

  • Lounge Talk: Filmfestivals Lago & Clermont-Ferrand

    This year, we have two guests from international short film festivals joining us, and we would like to engage in conversations with them, learn about their backgrounds and founding myths, as well as discover new visions and focal points.

    Carlo Migotto co-founded the Lago Film Fest in Northern Italy and continues to shape it. The festival by the lake now takes place outdoors and is a small oasis for the perfect short film vacation. He will tell us about the cultural and creative plans he has for the rural region and shed light on the 'Capital of Independent Cinema.'

    Christian Denier is a true short film guru. From 1981 to 2015, he was part of the organizing team of the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival and remains connected to the festival today. Legends say that he had a significant influence on the founding of the Regensburg Short Film Week with his expertise. We will learn from him personally what truth lies behind these claims. The talk will be conducted in English.

    Tue // 12.03.

    W1 Kultur-Café

    17:30 

JU
RYS

Fees

The accreditation fee for industry professionals and students in the fields of film, media, architecture, and arts and culture is 25 euros. No fees are charged for two representatives of a film shown at our event. Additionally, members of the AG Kurzfilm, the Association of Bavarian Film Festivals e.V., partner festivals, and press representatives receive free accreditation.

  • Christian Denier
    Germanist, carpenter, architect, he joined the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival in 1981, initially as a volunteer then as a member of the organizing collective from 1992 until his retirement in 2015. During this period he organized numerous actions around cinema for young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods and developed various projects, among others with Germany and Vietnam. He was the technical director of the Short Film Market and was part of the national selection committee for nearly 30 years.
    Amee Le
    Amee Le, a former circus performer from Vietnam, directed Mayworks Toronto, Canada’s premier labour arts festival, following the completion of her MBA. Subsequently, she managed operations at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, the world’s largest showcase of Indigenous screen content. After the birth of her son, she relocated to France, shifting her focus to producing. Currently, she is a producer on the second season of the Canadian Blackfoot horror comedy series, Tales From The Rez.
    Federica Pugliese
    Federica Pugliese works as a film programmer, curator, and marketer in the fields of film exhibition and distribution. After completing her Master of Science in Film, Exhibition, and Curation at the University of Edinburgh, she worked in film marketing in the Scottish Highlands and later as a programmer for an independent cinema chain in London. Currently based in London, she works in film distribution at the British Sovereign Films and the short film distributor Varicoloured Film Agency. Since 2020, she has been working for the Lago Film Fest, where she currently holds the position of Head of Film Programming.
  • Sven Schwarz
    Sven Schwarz, born in 1977, studied American Literature and Media Studies at the University of Paderborn and the Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, USA. Since 2004, he has been involved in various capacities at the Filmfest Hamburg and has been the organizational director of the Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg since 2010, where he also regularly curates his own film programs. Since 2006, he has been a member of the Hamburg-based artist collective A Wall is a Screen, which presents short film projects worldwide – including in Regensburg! – featuring site-specific film projections in urban spaces. Sven Schwarz is a board member of the international Short Film Conference and is regularly invited as a jury member at international short film festivals and as an expert for panels and workshops on film festival-related topics.
    Hadi Alipanah
    Hadi Alipanah is a film critic, journalist and scholar. Since 2008 he started his career by writing reviews for Specialized short film magazine and several other magazines and newspapers. He also has a long history of organizing several short film festivals, curating short film screenings and supervising the production of hundreds of short films. Since 2015 he funded “FiDAN, Iranian short film magazine” as an independent platform for Introducing Iranian short films and filmmakers .He's ongoing research about the history of short films in Iranian cinema led to the discovery of activities of the short film collective "Cinema-ye Azad movement" that was active from 1969 until 1979 and also discovery of near 300 forgotten short films in 8 mm format.
    Friederike Kersten
    After studying fine arts, Friederike Kersten completed her master's degree at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig in 2000 and has since worked as an independent media artist. In 2009, she co-founded the film collective NEOZOON with her colleague Michaela Metzger, whose cinematic-artistic practice is based on the principle of found footage collage and engages with sociological questions of the Anthropocene. NEOZOON's films have been awarded numerous prizes and are shown worldwide at film festivals, museums, and galleries. In 2023, her short film LAKE OF FIRE won the Candis Prize in the German competition.
  • Klaus Schreier
    Klaus Schreier is an architect and independent filmmaker from the Oberpfalz region. For over 30 years, he has been working in an architectural firm in Regensburg, focusing on design and detailed planning, as well as tendering and site supervision for both private and public buildings. Additionally, since 1989, he has been exclusively shooting short films on Super8 film stock. His films have been showcased at numerous prestigious international small gauge film festivals and events, including the Super-8 Filmwoche Leipzig, Global Super8 Day Basel, Analog Resistance Festival Switzerland, Filmfest Weiterstadt, Schmalfilmtage Dresden, and 8fest Toronto. At the Kurzfilmwoche (Short Film Week), he won the Regional Spotlight Award in 2022 with his film "IM NEBEL" and presented a retrospective of over 20 years of his cinematic work in 2023.
    Sylvia Grom
    Sylvia Grom is a photographer and has been part of the Hamburg-based artist collective A Wall Is A Screen since 2013. The collective organizes short film walks in unusual urban locations, aiming to revitalize and reclaim public spaces. Sylvia combines her passion for moving images with the architectural peculiarities of each location. She is particularly interested in the temporary repurposing of buildings to change one's perspective. Thus, building facades become not only screens but also mediums for revealing additional layers of interpretation. Her tours have taken her through numerous European countries as well as Canada and India. On March 8th, she will also be touring with AWIAS in Regensburg.
    Lena Schabus
    Lena Schabus (*1990) completed her Master's degree in Fine Arts and Aesthetic Education at the University of Regensburg and has served as an Artist in Residence in Budapest, France, and the Czech Republic. In 2022, she undertook a work residency as a guest artist at the Atelier Nina K. Jurk / Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei. She has received the Art Prize from the Kunst- und Gewerbeverein Regensburg in 2016 and 2020, among other accolades. Schabus was awarded the Neumüller Scholarship in 2020 and has held a studio scholarship at the Künstlerhaus Andreasstadel since 2017. In 2023, she was among the finalists of the 16th Arte Laguna Prize in Venice. Her works are included in collections such as those of the Bezirk Oberpfalz, the Budapest Gallery, the collection of the Cultural Office of the City of Regensburg, and the City of Passau. Lena Schabus lives and works in Regensburg.
  • Insa Wiese
    Insa Wiese, born in Ostfriesland in 1978, is a whirlwind from the North, who has shaped the Bavarian festival landscape as the Artistic Director of the Kurzfilmwoche Regensburg and as a board member of the Association of Bavarian Film Festivals until 2022. Her podcast SIMPLY SHORT! bears witness to her deep love for short films. Since 2020, she has been a committee member for Short + Innovative at the MOIN Filmförderung. Since February 2022, Insa has been bringing her expertise as a project and partner manager at Start Into Media. Her path is characterized by creative passion and a pursuit of innovative media solutions.
    Katharina Breinbauer
    Katharina Breinbauer came to Bamberg through her studies in Political Science and Pedagogy. Alongside her studies, she became involved in various cultural projects, such as organizing an art and cultural festival in vacant spaces and participating in the founding and opening of an Open Workshop. During a mandatory internship as part of her studies, she became involved with the Bamberg Short Film Festival, where she took on responsibilities primarily in cinema organization, sponsorship, and guest management. In 2021, she assumed the role of Festival Director. Outside of the short film season, she can also be found working as a film projectionist and bartender in Bamberg's arthouse cinemas.
    Maxi Ratzkowski
    Maxi Ratzkowski was born in Saxony in 1988. From 2008 to 2013, she studied Theater, Film, and Media Studies at the University of Vienna and worked at the Wiener Oz Cinethek during that time. Since the 2013/14 season, Maxi Ratzkowski has been employed in dramaturgy at the Theater Plauen-Zwickau, serving as the Head Dramaturge since 2014. In 2019, she also took on the position of Chief Director. Starting from the 2022/23 season, Maxi Ratzkowski transitions to the role of theater dramaturge at the Theater Regensburg, and has been the leading theater dramaturge since the 2023/24 season. Since September 2023, she has also been a guest lecturer for dramaturgy at the Academy for Performing Arts Bavaria.
  • Volker Dietl
    Volker Dietl, born in 1982, studied media production and technology as well as social work. After years of being away from academia, he is now working towards completing his Master's degree in Multimedia Didactics, ideally successfully. Volker has been self-employed in various educational fields for many years, ranging from extracurricular education to coordinating federal voluntary service seminars at the Bavarian level, as well as working on media education projects for various organizations and sponsors. In his current permanent position, Volker is a media consultant for the Oberpfalz district, where he is responsible for the gaming sector as well as his old and never entirely lost love, the field of film in general, and specifically the Youth Film Festival Oberpfalz.
    Nina Linkel
    Nina Linkel has been a regular visitor to the Regensburg Altstadt Kinos since her school days. Her passion for films led her to study Theater, Film, and Media Studies in Vienna and Madrid. Here, she extensively covered all Austrian film festivals for Radio Orange and critic.de. Subsequently, she worked for the Berlinale, the Robert Bosch Foundation, and the Federal Agency for Civic Education in the field of film and education. Currently, she resides in her hometown of Regensburg, working as a freelance journalist and film educator. Under the handle @glitteronscreen_cinemas, she blogs on Instagram about beautiful cinemas around the world.
    Anne Madlene Schleicher
    Anne Madlene Schleicher studied Theater, Film, and Media Studies at the University of Vienna and has been directing the ZWICKL documentary film festival in Schwandorf since 2012. The festival showcases international documentary productions and has been awarding the Bavarian Documentary Film Prize ZETT since 2019. Outside the festival sphere, she has worked on feature films such as "Wackersdorf" and "Schweigend steht der Wald". In 2018, Anne Schleicher published the photo book "WAA - Vor und hinter dem Zaun", which won the German Photobook Prize. Together with her family, she runs Café Lawendls, a culinary and event venue in Schwandorf. Anne Madlene Schleicher regularly moderates discussion rounds titled "KUK im Talk" organized by the Association for Culture and Creative Economy in the Middle Upper Palatinate.
  • Anna-Katharina Haimerl
    Anna-Katharina (23 years old) is studying German and English for secondary education at the University of Regensburg. She has a passionate interest in watching films, acting in theater, making music, and writing. Last year, she wrote her first short film screenplay. From this, she and her team produced the short film "Schattenschimmer" based on the annual theme "Höhenflug" (soaring).
    Johannes Schiller
    Johannes, 24, is studying Film and Media Cultural Studies in Munich. He has a passionate interest in writing, particularly about film, occasionally contributing to the Regensburg University newspaper "Lautschrift." He also maintains a slowly growing YouTube channel featuring various film analyses and experimental short films.
    Silvana Motolese
    Silvana (24) is in her final semester studying Media and Communication Management in Munich. During her studies, she discovered a passion for photography and videography and has since been involved in several projects. Additionally, she has shown enthusiasm for cinema and film and now intends to pursue a degree in cinematography.
    Peter Meider
    Peter, 23, is an actor born and raised in Regensburg. He has a great passion for film and cinema, particularly for extraordinary films and arthouse cinemas.
    Luise Fieger
    Luise, 20, studies architecture with great enthusiasm at the OTH Regensburg. She is interested in music and art and wants to cast a curious eye on moving images in space.

COMPETITION STRUCTURE

AND PRIZES

Fees

The accreditation fee for industry professionals and students in the fields of film, media, architecture, and arts and culture is 25 euros. No fees are charged for two representatives of a film shown at our event. Additionally, members of the AG Kurzfilm, the Association of Bavarian Film Festivals e.V., partner festivals, and press representatives receive free accreditation.

  • International Competition

    Short Film Award by the BR (Festival Main Prize) for Best Film, awarded by the international jury
    €5,000 prize money, sponsored by Bavarian Broadcasting

    BMW Group Award for Social Sustainability for a socially relevant film, awarded by the international jury
    €4,000 prize money, sponsored by BMW Group Plant Regensburg

    City of Regensburg Short Film Award, awarded by the Youngster Jury
    €1,000 prize money, sponsored by the City of Regensburg

     

     

    Architecture Film Award (cross-competition nomination) for an architecture-related film, awarded by the Architecture Window jury
    €1,500 prize money, sponsored by the Architecture Circle Regensburg e.V., the Meeting Point Architecture Lower Bavaria-Upper Palatinate of the Bavarian Chamber of Architects (TANO), and Schnitzer& GmbH.

    Cinema-Pub Award for the Audience Favorites in the German or International competition
    €333 prize money, sponsored by Ostentor Schank & Lichtspiel GmbH

  • German Competition

    Candis Award for Best Film, awarded by the German expert jury
    €1,500 prize money, sponsored by Ferdinand Schmack jun. GmbH

    Sustainability Award for an environmentally relevant film, awarded by the German expert jury
    €1,000 prize money, sponsored by REWAG and Stadtwerk.Regensburg

    Max Bresele Memorial Prize for a politically relevant film, awarded by the German expert jury
    €500 prize money, sponsored by Kunstverein Weiden e.V.

     

     

    Architecture Film Prize (across competition nomination) for an architecture-related film, awarded by the Architekturfenster Jury
    €1,500 prize money, sponsored by the Architekturkreis Regensburg e.V., the Meeting Point Architecture Lower Bavaria-Upper Palatinate of the Bavarian Chamber of Architects (TANO), and Schnitzer& GmbH.

    Kinokneipen-Prize for the Audience Favorites in the German or International Competition
    €333 prize money, sponsored by Ostentor Schank & Lichtspiel GmbH