The Berlinale has a certain number of established rituals. Braving the normally bitter end-of-February weather – when the international film festival usually takes place – there’s always a crowd of die-hard autograph collectors flocking at the corner of the street where actors and filmmakers are dropped off from limousines ahead of their movie’s press conference. And before the premiere of a film, fans spend hours waiting to see their favorite stars walk up the red carpet, hoping to get a selfie with them, or simply to soak up the exciting atmosphere of the festival , even if it’s freezing outside. Meanwhile, journalists usually run around from one press screening to the other, scrambling to fit in press conferences and interviews into their packed schedule, all while quickly filing stories on deadline. All that won’t be happening this year – at least not during the part of the festival kicking off next week. The Golden Bear winner will be announced at the end of the week, but the ceremony will be held in June Film industry first Due to the pandemic, the organizers of the Berlinale decided to split the festival into two separate events . The “Industry Event”, restricted to film professionals and the press,… Read full this story
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