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Audi at the 67th Berlinale

Audi has been one of the principal partners of the Berlin International Film Festival since 2014. In December 2016, both Audi and the Berlinale have agreed to continue their successful partnership through 2019. The fifth year of the successful partnership began in November 2017, presenting an Audi Q7 e-tron which will enable Kosslick to drive to all of his meetings in preparation for the 68th Berlinale while maintaining a small carbon footprint.

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  • 02/05/18
    Culture and Trends

    Berlinale 2018

    Audi has been one of the principal partners of the Berlin International Film Festival since 2014. In December 2016, both Audi and the Berlinale have agreed to continue their successful partnership through 2019. The fifth year of the successful partnership began in November 2017, presenting an Audi Q7 e-tron which will enable Kosslick to drive to all of his meetings in preparation for the 68th Berlinale while maintaining a small carbon footprint.
  • 02/11/17
    Culture and Trends

    Berlinale 2017

    Audi has been one of the principal partners of the Berlin International Film Festival since 2014. Following the start of the fourth year of the involvement, both Audi and the Berlinale have agreed to continue their successful partnership through 2019.
  • 02/02/16
    Culture and Trends

    Berlinale 2016

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  • 02/24/18
    Culture and Trends

    Audi Short Film Award for “Solar Walk”

    Hungarian filmmaker Réka Bucsi is the winner of the Audi Short Film Award at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. The award carries a € 20,000 prize. In the “Berlinale Shorts” section, the international short film jury honors the 29 year old’s exceptional artistic signature in her film “Solar Walk”. During the Berlinale, the varied cultural program on offer in the Audi Berlinale Lounge fascinated the audience. More than 16,500 guests visited the Lounge and the “Berlinale Open House” public events.
  • 02/06/18
    Culture and Trends

    Experience film culture at the Audi Berlinale Lounge

    More than 350 films, almost 500,000 visitors and a multitude of stars: this year’s 68th Berlin International Film Festival is once again attracting film buffs from all over the world to the German capital. Experience the Berlinale yourself at the Audi Berlinale Lounge located directly on Marlene Dietrich Platz. Together with the Berlinale, Audi will be presenting an extensive cultural program in the two-storey pavilion from February 15–24, including talks, concerts, screenings, lectures and interactive workshops.
  • 02/18/17
    Culture and Trends

    Audi Short Film Award goes to Lebanese director Karam Ghossein

    Lebanese director Karam Ghossein has won the Audi Short Film Award, along with its €20,000 cash prize. In the Berlinale Shorts section, he swayed the international short film jury with his film “Street of Death.” The wide-ranging program at the Audi Berlinale Lounge also generated a great deal of interest during the Berlinale. Attracting more than 6,000 visitors, the Lounge was once again the central meeting place for film aficionados. This year the Lounge featured discussions on current movies, debates about new technologies and the popular Berlinale Lounge Nights.
  • 01/31/17
    Culture and Trends

    Culture meets technology: Audi at the Berlinale

    The 67th Berlin International Film Festival will showcase the wide diversity of cinema from February 9 to 19. New technologies like virtual reality are important innovation drivers here. As the principal partner to the Berlinale, Audi supports dialogue between the arts and industry with the Berlinale Open House event series and the European Film Market’s EFM Horizon innovation platform. In addition, fans of the cinema can enjoy discussions about current films, exceptional concerts and the best view of the curb where the stars arrive.
  • 12/08/16
    Culture and Trends

    Audi extends partnership with the Berlin International Film Festival to 2019

    AUDI AG will remain the principal partner to the Berlin International Film Festival. The brand with the four rings will expand its involvement starting in 2017 to include the new innovation platform of the European Film Market (EFM) known as “EFM Horizon.” This platform fosters use of new technologies in the cinema like virtual reality and encourages the exchange of knowledge across industries. Together with the International Film Festival, Audi is also continuing the high-caliber Berlinale Open House program in the Audi Berlinale Lounge.
  • 02/20/16
    Culture and Trends

    Berlinale: Chiang Wei Liang wins Audi Short Film Award

    At the 66th Berlin International Film Festival, Singaporean director Chiang Wei Liang won the Audi Short Film Award with his film “Jin zhi xia mao” (“Anchorage Prohibited”). The award carries a € 20,000 prize. The jury honored the politically-engaged artistic signature of the director with the award in the Berlinale Shorts category. The Audi Berlinale Lounge was again favored by cinema-goers, this year setting a new record of more than 7,200 visitors. Long queues in front of the entrance testified to the audience’s great interest in the events of the Berlinale Open House supporting program and the exclusive view of the red carpet.
  • 02/14/15
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    Berlinale finale: Momoko Seto wins the Audi Short Film Award

    The winner of the first Audi Short Film Award has been chosen: director Momoko Seto won over the international short film jury with her film “Planet ∑.” The Berlinale Open House in the Audi Berlinale Lounge was also a big success – with more than 6,000 visitors following the Berlinale’s progress here. With its Berlinale Lounge, Audi offers an exclusive peek behind the scenes of filmmaking while also supporting the “Kinder machen Kurzfilm” [Kids Make Short Films] initiative.
  • 01/27/15
    Culture and Trends

    Audi highlights new content at the Berlinale

    As the main partner of the Berlin International Film Festival, Audi promotes innovative projects and highlights new content. The Berlinale Open House discussion format – a collaboration between the Berlinale and Audi – features 30 events that assemble prominent guests at the Audi Berlinale Lounge. In addition, the Audi Short Film Award is being presented for the first time this year. The award honors outstanding directing talent in the Berlinale Shorts category. The Audi Programmkino arthouse cinema program in Ingolstadt is simultaneously showing selected films from previous editions of the Berlin International Film Festival.
  • 11/17/14
    Culture and Trends

    Audi promoting directors of short films at the Berlinale

    Audi is considerably expanding its partnership with the Berlin International Film Festival. The central element of the strengthened commitment to the Berlinale is the Audi Short Film Award, which will be presented in the Berlinale Shorts section. The winner of the award will take home EUR 20,000, which will make the Audi Short Film Award one of the world’s most generously endowed prizes for short films. In addition to the award, several more collaborative projects are planned for 2015.
  • 11/15/13
    Culture and Trends

    Audi new principal partner of the Berlinale

    The Berlin International Film Festival and Audi have agreed on a partnership for the next three years. As principal partner, Audi will provide the car fleet for the festival from 2014. Besides, both parties will be presenting a multifaceted partnership program.
  • 11/15/13
    Culture and Trends

    Audi new principal partner of the Berlinale

    The Berlin International Film Festival and Audi have agreed on a partnership for the next three years. As principal partner, Audi will provide the car fleet for the festival from 2014. Besides, both parties will be presenting a multifaceted partnership program.

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