“The Berlinale Open House Program provides a ideal heart for everybody who is preoccupied by destiny perspectives from a fields of cinema, culture, business and society, and who wants to knowledge new eventuality formats,” says Hubert Link, Head of Marketing Deutschland during AUDI AG. The interplay of technological and amicable innovations, a denunciation of light as a middle of design, and a far-reaching operation of topics around connectivity are only some of a themes that will be discussed with high-profile experts and a accumulation of guests. The think-tank Audi Denkwerkstatt Berlin, for example, along with other experts is putting a spotlight on a growth of prototypes in a fields of film and mobility. The UN meridian envoy and Audi Formula E racing motorist Lucas di Grassi will also pronounce on a row about sustainability.
Alongside these talks and discussions, a module also includes an contentment of feeling and participative elements for visitors: with “electric yoga”, for example, they can refuel with new appetite and start a day full of vigor. In a evenings, a potion pavilion becomes a magnet for song fans. A brew of DJs and live acts such as a scintillating artist Leopold, a indie/rock twin Gurr and techno beats from Tiefschwarz will safeguard an electrifying atmosphere during a Berlinale Lounge Nights. The romantic prominence of a Berlinale, a awarding of a Golden and Silver Bears, will also be relayed live to a Audi Berlinale Lounge on Marlene-Dietrich-Platz. Nina Sonnenberg aka Fiva will be a judge for this special dusk in a Lounge. She is this year’s horde of a Berlinale Open House program. The whole module in a Audi Berlinale Lounge, openly permitted to a public, can be seen during www.audi-berlinale.de/programm or www.berlinale.de/berlinaleopenhouse.
Carlo Chatrian, a new Artistic Director of a Berlinale, is gay that “in a jointly recognised Berlinale Open House formats, stream topics from a Berlinale module are addressed and related to applicable cultural, business and amicable aspects.” He and Mariette Rissenbeek, a new Executive Director of a Berlin International Film Festival, will be driven in an Audi e-tron* to their many engagements before and during a eleven-day festival.
The Berlin International Film Festival is a forum where confidant and radical film makers meet. They actively figure changing times and quietly draft new courses. With a Audi Short Film Award, a automobile manufacturer from Ingolstadt has promoted gifted directors of brief films given 2015. This endowment for initial cinematic art, with esteem income of €20,000, will be presented during a central Award Ceremony of a 70th Berlinale on 29 February. “In brief films we mostly see a radically new approaches that are indispensable to pull creation ahead. This on-going opinion is reflected during Audi,” says Hubert Link. For a anniversary, a series of films that won a Audi Short Film Award will be screened in a Audi Berlinale Lounge: “Planet ∑” by Momoko Seto (2015), “Solar Walk” by Réka Bucsi (2018) and “Rise” by Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca (2019).
For a 70th anniversary, Audi has also designed a renouned festival bag once again and constructed 27,000 bags. For a initial time, moreover, a Audi e-tron can be purchased as a indication automobile in a Berlinale pattern in a singular book in a festival emporium and during Audi City Berlin.
The Audi Berlinale Lounge is open to a open with giveaway acknowledgment from 20 to 29 February.
The opening hours are:
- 20 Feb 7:00 pm-midnight
- 21, 22, 24-28 Feb 2:00 pm-midnight
- 23 Feb 3:00 pm-midnight
- 29 Feb 2:00-8:00 pm
All applicable press releases about Audi during a Berlinale can be found in a Audi Media Center: www.audi-mediacenter.com/de/berlinale-297
During a 70th Berlinale we will also make accessible up-to-the-minute photos of arrivals on a Red Carpet and events in a Audi Berlinale Lounge.
Consumption values of a models named above:
(Fuel consumption, CO2 glimmer figures, and potency classes given in ranges count on a tire/wheel sets used)
Combined electric appetite expenditure in kWh/100 km: 24,3 – 21; Combined CO2-emissions in g/km: 0
Audi A8 TFSI e:
Combined fuel expenditure in l/100 km: 2,6 – 2,5; Combined electric appetite expenditure in kWh/100km: 21,2 – 20,8; Combined CO2-emissions in g/km: 60 – 57
Audi A7 Sportback TFSI e:
Combined fuel expenditure in l/100 km: 2,1 – 1,8; Combined electric appetite expenditure in kWh/100km: 18,1 – 16,6; Combined CO2-emissions in g/km: 48 – 40