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  • The winners in 2020 have been announced!

    These are the winners of the 9th edition of the QUEER-STREIFEN festival:

    Most popular feature film

    The non-monetary Audience Award for the best feature film goes to:


    UFERFRAUEN – LESBISCHES L(I)EBEN IN DER DDR
    by Barbara Wallbraun, Germany 2019


    ((UFERFRAUEN was recently awarded the 5th QueerScope Debut Film Award!)

    Awards sponsored by

    Audience Awards at € 200 per short film programme:



    GOD’S DAUGHTER DANCES
    by Sungin Byun, South Korea 2020


    GOD’S DAUGHTER DANCES


    With exactly the same audience rating:

    TOUCHING AN ELEPHANT
    by Lara Milena Brose, Germany 2019
    +
    REVOLVO

    by Francy Fabritz, Germany 2019

    REVOLVO
    TOUCHING AN ELEPHANT









    RUSHES – IN DEN BINSEN
    by Clara Zoe My-Linh von Arnim, Austria 2019


    IN DEN BINSEN
    Praxiszentrum Alte Mälzerei
    Award sponsored by

    QUEER-STREIFEN Jury Award (500 €):

    The jury, consisting of Chrissy Grundl, Frances Hill and Ralph Kinkel, awards the main prize 2020 to:


    REVOLVO
    by Francy Fabritz, Germany 2019





    Honorable Mention

    The jury gives an honorable mention to:


    TOUCHING AN ELEPHANT
    Lara Milena Brose, Germany 2019

    Ritah fled to Germany to escape anti-lesbian violence and persecution in Uganda. But the authorities make her life difficult.



    MALL
    Jerry Hoffmann, Germany 2019

    The introverted Didi is visitng a megastore with his male-dominated family. When the family wants to leave the store, the alarm goes off!

  • Short films for Christopher Street Day 2020

    As Christopher Street Day cannot take place as planned this year, there will be several online promotions.
    One of them will be from us: We will be showing some short films on our website from 29 June to 5 July 2020! Stay tuned for the link!

    Check out the other actions on the CSD Regensburg website.

  • SIDNEY & FRIENDS free to watch in Lockdown Film Club

    We screened the film SIDNEY & FRIENDS in 2018 at our festival. Now, the film producer writes:

    The United Nations’ International Organization for Migration has chosen SIDNEY & FRIENDS to be the featured film in their Lockdown Film Club. This means that anyone, anywhere in the world, can watch the film for free (until May 27): https://www.iom.int/gmff/film-club