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International Film Festival Berlin: Please a ticket – Berlin

Monday, February 12th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Also slowly annoyed by the coalition disaster in Berlin or already bored by the Olympic Winter Games in the Far East? Then it's time for an escape into new dreams and undiscovered spaces: for a trip to the 68th Berlinale. On Monday it finally starts again. Then at 10 o'clock the counters open to the biggest mystery of the International Film Festival – the presale. Long queues will then tell you again that there is something as desirous as it is inscrutable: tickets for a trip around the world, for a few hours and a few euros. And as every year, cinema fans are asking themselves: which of the more than 300 works do I really want to see? And for which strip do I even get tickets – when, where and how does it work? Here comes our timeless guide: So you get in ten easy steps to the right ticket. 1. READ AND UNDERSTAND PROGRAM Descriptions of all films can be found in the Berlinale-Journal, which has been available for free since this weekend in the participating cinemas and the Potsdamer Platz Arcaden. A good overview also offers the Berlinale app. There, after downloading and a somewhat annoying password determination, you can also display the selected favorite movies in a timeline. The latter, at least, is practical. 2. SEARCH AND FILM THE FILMS Most of the films of the competition come to the movies later. Rare expeditions around the globe therefore tend to offer the "Panorama" and "Forum" series. Take the Chinese post "An Elephant Sitting Still". He is announced by the Berlinale as follows: "Virtuously, this visually stunning debut links the lives of a large number of protagonists to stage a single, suspenseful day from dawn to dusk – and thereby portrays a portrait of a selfishness-driven society." For such an extensive one Theme you should take some time. You have to, the film takes just under four hours. But first, it's about when the movie is about to start. In "An Elephant Sitting Still" the offer is limited. The film will be shown on 16.2. in the evening in Cinemaxx and on 17.2. in the morning in Cinestar at Potsdamer Platz, finally he runs on 22.2. in the evening at the Delphi. Whether the material flickers later on a German cinema screen, also depends on the resonance in these ideas. 3. REAR TIME PRE-SALE Advance ticket sales begin three days in advance for each film (four days for recurring competition). So for "An Elephant Sitting Still" on 16.2. there is only from 13.2. Tickets to the Potsdamer Platz Arcaden, the International Cinema and the Haus der Berliner Festspiele (bring your folding chair!). Without festival flair, but with a shorter queue you can also hire a car at the sponsor Audi on Ku'damm. The cash registers open at 10 o'clock (cards from 12 euros each).

 Waiting on Monday before the start of the festival is always worthwhile: Because there are already tickets for all films in the Friedrichstadtpalast (Attention, hard seats!), In the Hebbel am Ufer (attention, theater audience!), For the performances in selected Kiezkinos (this time again in Kleinmachnow !) as well as for the closing date, 25.2. But with "An Elephant Sitting Still" you are not lucky enough so early. 4. SIGN IN EASY QUICKLY At www.berlinale.de and via the app, you can buy cards from 10 o'clock without queuing, but only a few. The online tickets can be printed out as a print @ home ticket at home or loaded onto a smartphone as a mobile ticket. Alternatively, the online tickets can be picked up at a counter in the arcades on Potsdamer Platz. Things are easier – even three days in advance – at ticket offices. That costs however in each case two euro surcharge. 5. SHOPPING ON THE DAY OF THE DAY If you actually want to buy tickets for the world premiere of "An Elephant Sitting Still" on 16 February at the Cinemaxx on Tuesday, February 13th, it's better to go to work later that day. And better comes an hour before the box office, which saves many hours waiting. 6. NETWORK ON THE SNAKE Everyone is only allowed to buy two tickets per film. So the forefather ask: "Do you bring me 'An Elephant Sitting Still' twice?" You can then swap them or take friends with you. You can not resell them publicly. 7. LET'S ENTER THE FRIENDS The larger the circle of buyers and ticket exchangers, the higher the chances of watching any movies you want to see. 8. PREVIOUS CHANCE: THE DAILY CHECKOUT

 There is a small contingent at the box office of the cinema in which the film is running (note, every cinema has a different opening time!). "An Elephant Sitting Still" will premiere on Friday, 16.2., At 19.30 in the Cinemaxx. The cashier here already opens at 9 o'clock. 9. LAST CHANCE: THE SPONTANEOUS MOVE Before film starts, there is usually someone in front of the cinema who shouts: "Does anyone still want a card for 'An Elephant Sitting Still'?" Then simply shout "I!" And smile happily. 10. SELF FILM, NEW LUCK Premiere missed? Almost no problem. "An Elephant Sitting Still" is back on Saturday, Feb 17, at Cinestar. The sale starts on Wednesday. Then everything starts again. And another, last round is still in doubt. Or more than 300 other films.


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