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any spare tickets for 16th - 17th ??
Posted February 10th, 2013 - 5:05 pm by from London, England (Permalink)
Hi everyone,

I am really exited as I'll be coming to Berlin at the end of this festival.
So I'll be there for the last two days, Sat and Sunday.

I wonder if anyone will or has any spare tickets for those days - just keep me in mind if you will!

And also it would be great to meet new people in Berlin, talk about films and do maybe something together!

I'll be there for a week so arriving Friday 15th and leaving Friday 22nd.

see you soon
Sam


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Posted February 8th, 2014 - 8:44 pm by from Berlin, Germany (Permalink)
Hi,
Sunday 16th is definetely the last Berlinale day. By the way this is a special day because the tickets cost only half of the normal price.
And for the tickets: For the genre "Panorama" or "Forum" or other genres (except sometimes competition films) it is mostly possible to go to the ticket office on the same day as the film runs. Last year I watched even some competition films on the last day and I bought the tickets only an hour before the films began.
My advice: If you can't buy a ticket at the ticket office on the same day because the film is sold out you have another big chance, because there are always some persons on the spot who sell tickets (by the way for the same price) because they don't need them.
In the last years of the Berlinale I never bought a ticket in advance and I could watch nearly all films I wanted to watch.
So relax and be optimistic to watch some good films at the Berlinale.
So long,
Gernot