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The 68th Berlin International Film Festival racked up impressive attendance figures, reaffirming the Berlinale as the world’s largest public film festival.
Berlin sold some 330,000 tickets over the 10-day event, Feb. 15-25, on par with recent years.
The European Film Market, which runs concurrent to the festival, hit a new attendance high, with more than 10,000 visitors from more than 112 countries. The EFM screened 800 films over nine days (Feb. 15-24) and registered a return to dealmaking after a soft American Film Market in Los Angeles last November.
The 69th Berlin International Film Festival will run Feb. 7-17, 2019.
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