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"Comes the Revolution: The Berlinale Forum at 50"

Together with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Forum has put together six programmes, which can be seen online from December 14 to 20

© Still from Ruben/Benston Film Collection Walker Art Center, Courtesy of Laika-Verlag, PRO-FUN MEDIA © Courtesy of Laika-Verlag

In Times of Corona

The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting us all with extraordinary challenges. The Berlinale is very much aware of the current situation and is carefully monitoring all developments. It is still our heartfelt wish to hold the festival in its physical form and, once again in 2021, to create a place of exchanges and encounters.

The health of our visitors and guests naturally takes precedence. Our audiences should feel comfortable and secure when they come to the Berlinale. With our comprehensive COVID-19 regulations, we want to protect the health of all visitors to the festival. We hope that the situation will have improved again by the time of the 2021 Berlinale and we can welcome our guests.

Further information about the planning of the festival will follow in the coming weeks.

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Retrospective 2021

“No Angels – Mae West, Rosalind Russell & Carole Lombard”

Quelle: Deutsche Kinemathek, © 1940 Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; Quelle: Deutsche Kinemathek, © 1942 EMKA Division of Universal City Studios, Inc; Quelle: Deutsche Kinemathek
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