Third Partners

Campari

Campari is the iconic Italian red aperitif, at the heart of some of the world’s most famous cocktails such as the Negroni and Campari Spritz. Cinema reflects the perfect alchemy between the passion, creativity, and imagination of Campari, whose rich history in the world of arts and cinema dates from its very creation in 1860. Campari will be present with an exclusive bar in the Berlinale Press Center at the Grand Hyatt Hotel every day from 6:00 pm. During the whole festival, guests can look forward to special Campari Experiences at further selected locations.

Campari | Andrea Neri | Managing Director Campari Deutschland

Colt

Colt has been a digital cinema partner for 15 years and actively supports the digitalisation of the Berlinale. Via Colt's high-performance global fibre-optic network, film studios from all over the world can transmit their works securely and quickly to Berlin. For the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival, Colt will for the first time provide the Berlinale with its on-demand service for the delivery of film contributions from Asia via a hub in Singapore. In addition, all festival locations are connected. Thanks to this innovative infrastructure, the films can be delivered to the cinemas more quickly and easily.

Colt Technology Services | Christiane Wronski | Business Partner Marketing Manager

Dell

Dell has been supporting the Berlinale since 2014 with a highly performant Isilon Scale-Out NAS storage system to allow the digital distribution of the movies. To centrally store the constantly increasing amount of all film data in DCP format, DELL provides a storage cluster with approx. 600 terabyte storage capacity.

Dell Technologies | Christian Viermann | Public Relations Manager

Fope

Fope is a traditional jewelry brand based in Vicenza, Italy. In the Fope Lease Suite, prominent festival guests can be outfitted with their favorite pieces from the diverse jewelry collection for the perfect Berlinale appearance.

FOPE S.P.A. | Fope Marketing Team

GWFF

The society for the administration of copyright or neighbouring rights in audiovisual works endows the "GWFF Best First Feature Award" across all sections. The prize, endowed with 50,000 Euros and initiated by the GWFF and the Berlinale in 2006, goes in equal parts to the director and producer of a debut film from the sections Competition, Encounters, Panorama, Generation, Perspektive Deutsches Kino and Forum. The prize will be awarded by a three-member jury at the Award Ceremony gala at the Berlinale Palast. In addition to the prize money, the director of the winning film will be presented with a high-quality viewfinder as a useful working tool.

GWFF mbH | Dr. Gertraude Müller-Ernstberger | Managing Director

Oatly

Oatly is the world's first and largest oat drink company and has focused on building expertise and innovation around the power grain oats for over 25 years. This has led to fundamental technical advances that have enabled the company to mirror the full breadth of the dairy portfolio with plant-based oat products. These include plant-based alternatives to milk, ice cream and yogurt, as well as products for cooking and spreads. With the help of Oatly, the 73rd Berlinale will for the first time eliminate animal dairy products at all official festival events as a contribution to climate protection.

Oatly Germany GmbH | Sophie Ritter | Public Relations Manager

Pharos

PHAROS – The Post Group is a brand of Media Services GmbH. Germany's largest post-production company with over 140 employees, PHAROS, formerly known as ARRI Media, has been providing all creative and technical services related to film production for more than 40 years.

For the 73rd Berlinale, PHAROS produces the popular Berlinale Trailer in all required versions and formats. The trailer, conceived by director Uli M Schueppel, will precede all film screenings during the festival and is the Berlinale's signature feature.

PHAROS – The Post Group | Angela Reedwisch | Key Account Manager