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The 73rd Berlin International Film Festival will take place from Thu, Feb 16, 2023 - Sun, Feb 26, 2023
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“Berlinale Bites" provides journalists with sporadic, compact information about our programme, as well as notes on various events, guests and service offers at the Berlinale.



Follow us on Twitter! As of last November, the Press Office is using the platform under #PressBerlinale for short-term, up-to-date information, and will be twittering festival impressions during the Berlinale.


64th Berlinale Programme Press Conference

The press conference will take place on January 28, 2014 at 11 a.m.

The programme will be available online starting at noon.


Free Wi-Fi in the Press Centre

Good news: For the first time, free Wi-Fi will be available to all journalists in the Press Centre at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.


New Opening Times for the Press Ticket Counter

The Press Ticket Counter in the Press Centre (Grand Hyatt Hotel) will open earlier in 2014. The opening times are February 6 - 14 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and February 15 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (This service is valid only for the Press Ticket Counter)


European Film Market (EFM) - Market Screenings at the Zoo Palast

The EFM is expanding its market screening capacities with five theatres in the newly re-opened Zoo Palast. In addition, the EFM is continuing its cooperation with IFA, partner for the Industry Debates. It takes place February 7 - 9 in cooperation with the trade magazines Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and Screen International.


German Cinema - Lola@Berlinale Moves to the Zoo Palast

The lovingly restored Zoo Palast is German cinema's new home. For the first time, the Lola series, part of the European Film Market, will take place here, screening the films pre-selected for the German Film Award.


First Perspektive Deutsches Kino Award

The first Berlinale award will be presented on January 14: The jury will award a 15,000 € grant, sponsored by Glashütte Original, to a directing talent from the Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2013.


Berlinale Goes Kiez – Venues in 2014

In 2014 the Berlinale’s Flying Red Carpet will travel the city again and stop for one evening at the following seven arthouse cinemas: the Adria Filmtheater (Steglitz), Eiszeit Kino (Kreuzberg), Passage (Neukölln), Eva Lichtspiele (Wilmersdorf), Thalia Programm Kino Potsdam (Potsdam), Kino Toni & Tonino (Weißensee) as well as the filmkunst 66 (Charlottenburg).


28th Teddy Award

The most significant queer film award worldwide will open its 28th edition with the "Grand Opening Night" at SchwuZ on February 7. The award ceremony will take place on February 14 at the new location Komische Oper.



Programme Information at a Glance


Perspektive Deutsches Kino

The Perspektive programme is complete. A striking number of films by young German directors are set in foreign countries. Two thrillers, Tape_13 (D: Axel Stein) and Der Samurai (D: Till Kleinert) will be screened as Midnight Movies.


Competition and Berlinale Special

Eight films have been confirmed for Competition to date, with Berlinale Special not far behind. The complete programmes for Competition and Berlinale Special will be announced around mid-January.


Nymphomaniac Volume I

The 150-minute, uncensored version of Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac Volume I will screen out of competition in the Competition section.



Twelve films have been confirmed in Generation so far, with more to follow soon.



Around 50 films will make up the Panorama programme - 19 are confirmed so far. The programme will open with the French film Yves Saint Laurent (D: Jalil Lespert), which will celebrate its international premiere at the Zoo Palast.


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