Berlinale INCLUSION

Spaces for Wheelchairs & Barrier-Free Access

Der athlete Kurt Fearnley at the Gold - You Can Do More than You Think premiere 2013.

Nearly all Berlinale venues have a limited number of spaces for wheelchairs. Exceptions are the Delphi Filmpalast, the CinemaxX 9, the Lichtblick-Kino, the HAU 3, the Audi Berlinale Lounge as well as the JVA Plötzensee. Beginning February 12, wheelchair users can call +49 30 25920-259 every day between 9.00 am and 7.00 pm, fax +49 30 25920-230 or mail to to book tickets. Please use the order form (121 KB) for orders by e-mail.

Prices vary depending on the film, and depending on the availability admission is free for accompanying persons. Booked tickets can be picked up at the ticket counter for barrier-free access to the Berlinale in the Potsdamer Platz Arkaden shopping centre two days after booking (from February 14, daily between 10.00 am and 8.00 pm).

People with disabilities can obtain tickets at the same-day ticket counters in the cinemas at a reduced rate of 50 percent, subject to availability. It is not possible to book these tickets in advance.

For further information on barrier-free access to Berlinale venues please call +49 30 259 20 259 (daily between 9.00 am and 7.00 pm) or check the overview of the Berlinale venues in the festival map directly.

Further inclusion offers for visitors with visual and hearing impairment are provided in German only.