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The Berlin film festival is for the first time offering a selection of films via online screenings within Germany.
The eight films, including seven documentaries, are from the festival’s Panorama, Forum, Generation
and Perspektive Deutsches Kino sections. Each will be available from the day after their respective Berlinale premieres until Feb. 28.
Each screening will be limited to 300 “virtual seats” and cost 3 euros ($3.75), or 2 euros ($2.50) for people who order five or more screenings.
“This joint project with the platform Festival Scope is intended to reach Berlinale fans who are unable to attend the festival in person,” the Berlin fest said. “The special festival programming offer serves to acknowledge the interest in the festival that exists far beyond the city limits of Berlin.”
Several smaller film festivals have started offering movies online.
Here is the list of films that will be available online.
Al Gami’ya (What Comes Around)
By Reem Saleh
Familienleben (Family Life)
By Rosa Hannah Ziegler
By Midi Z
Fotbal infinit (Infinite Football)
By Corneliu Porumboiu
Teatro de guerra (Theatre of War)
By Lola Arias
Perspektive Deutsches Kino
By Johanna Sunder-Plassmann, Tama Tobias-Macht
Whatever Happens Next
By Julian Pörksen
By Janet van den Brand
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