Social Media Code of Conduct
As a meeting place and platform for all film enthusiasts, the Berlinale enjoys the discussions on artistic and social topics that take place on its social media channels. These channels provide a venue for people to communicate with each other and debate such issues, and everyone is welcome to share their views, stories and opinions.
In order to ensure that this dialogue remains a positive experience for all participants, we ask all users to respect the following rules:
Protect your privacy
Please do not divulge confidential information about yourself or others. Any posts containing sensitive details such as addresses, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, etc. about you or other people will be removed.
We are delighted to host all kinds of constructive discussion – as long as they are carried out in the right place. So please always write directly beneath the post upon which you wish to comment, and do not repeat the same content in other threads. Posts which are unrelated to the main topic may be removed.
Everyone speaks for themselves
The views of the users leaving comments do not necessarily reflect the views of the Berlinale; neither do the opinions of our staff and partners automatically represent those of the Berlinale.
Respect other people’s views
Avoid hateful, defamatory, obscene, discriminatory or insulting comments, photos or videos as well as posts that personally attack other participants in the discussion. Comments of this kind may be deleted. Racist and xenophobic comments will not be tolerated and will result in the user being banned.
Do not advertise anything
Avoid posting material which promotes yourself or others. We will remove all links, images and videos advertising people, products or services.
Do not infringe the intellectual property rights of others
Please do not post legally protected content to which you do not own the rights. Any logos, graphics, texts, images or videos which we find to be infringing copyright will be removed.