The Hamburg Short Film Award (3,000 euros) is awarded by a five-member international jury.
The Deframed Award (2,000 euros) is awarded by the international jury to a film which deals with reality in a poetic, formal, analytic and unconventional way while ignoring all rules in a pioneering spirit.
The Hamburg Short Film Candidate for the European Film Awards is awarded by the jury of the International Competition.
The Jury Award (2,000 euros) is awarded by a three-member jury.
The Audience Award(1,500 euros) is awarded to a film from the International or the German Competition.
Triple Axel Competition
The Triple Axel Competition is supported by the Hamburgische Kulturstiftung. The audience award is endowed with 1,000 euros.
ARTE Short Film Award
The competition spanning ARTE Short Film Award consists of the purchase of one film (up to 6,000 euros) and its subsequent screening in the »Kurzschluss« programme by ARTE, the Franco-German cultural TV channel.
The Friese Award (1,250 euros) is awarded by 8-to 10-year-old jury members out of the programmes for the age groups of 4 to 8. The film awarded with the Mo Award (1,250 euros) is selected out of the programmes for 9 to 14 year olds by a jury consisting of 11-to 14-year-olds. For the children's short film competition High5! there will be an audience vote for the online edition. The NEON Award(1,000 euros) is awarded by a youth jury to a film in the three NEON programmes.This year, for the first time, a jury of three adults will select a film from the four programmes from 9 and 12 years up for the ECFA Award of the European Children's Film Association. The award is accompanied by a nomination for the »Best European Young Audience Film of the Year« in the short film category.