Berlinale film festival opens to public in German capital

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After months of uncertainty whether it could take place during the coronavirus pandemic, the Berlinale film festival finally opened to the greater public on Wednesday. Artistic director Carlo Chatrian told broadcaster 3sat ahead of the ceremony: “It is a pleasure.” Now it was time for for the audience and the people behind the films, he said. The Berlinale film festival is one of the world’s major film festivals, along with Cannes and Venice. This year, it was split into two separate events due to the pandemic: a digital industry meeting in March, and films for the public that are to be shown …

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