The 63rd Berlin Film Festival will be held from February 7 to 17, 2013. At that time, the fierce competition of more than ten world-leading film works at the pinnacle of art will leave a segment for the international film industry. Huacai chapter. As one of the world’s three major international film festivals, its significance is not only to attract many top filmmakers, but also to have a profound impact on the development of film history. The influence of the Berlin Film Festival in China is obviously greater than its influence in many other countries and places in the world. This stems from the international recognition obtained by many Chinese directors at the Berlin Film Festival. From Zhang Yimou to Wang Quanan, the Berlin Film Festival not only Only the Chinese director has been accomplished, and countless Chinese movies have been achieved. It is even more honoured for Chinese people that Hong Kong director Wang Jiawei will be invited to chair the 63rd Berlin Film Festival Jury.
In recognition of young directors who have created intense works and brought fresh blood to the film industry, the long-established German top watch brand Glashütte has been helping the rising stars since becoming the official partner of the Berlin International Film Festival in 2011. ‘Made in Germany-Perspective Award’-This award was jointly launched by the Berlin Film Festival ‘Perspective German Film’ and its official partner, the German watch brand Glashütte, with the motto ‘Perspective’, which aims to promote cutting-edge films Development, opening up a new perspective for a new generation of film directors. During the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2013, this award will be presented to a talented young German director who has been shortlisted for the ‘Perspective German Film’ unit. This reaffirms the brand’s commitment to advancing Germany’s highest standards of watchmaking art and cultural traditions.
Dieter Kosslick, director of the Berlin International Film Festival, commented: ‘This is to promote the continued development of the film industry: we must encourage newcomers to create films and support their follow-up work. Let We are fortunate that this has been made possible with the help of Glashütte. ‘
At the opening ceremony of last year’s film festival, Glashütte and the German film unit jointly organized a series of events with the theme of ‘Film Forum’. These meetings provide a great opportunity for the public and the media to meet key figures in the film industry. Following the great success of the 2012 Film Festival in the first round of the Berlin Film Festival, the organizers decided to choose a larger venue to host the event in 2013. During the two-day event (February 12th and 14th), the organizer invited interested public to enter the Home Base Lounge at 44 Köthener Strasse and participate in an hour-long talk. For more information visit www.berlinale.de.
As in previous years, Glashütte invites film festival audiences and guests to the VIP lounge on the 24th floor of the Kollhoff Tower. The VIP lounge will be open to the public throughout the Berlin Film Festival and is a popular meeting point for media interviews and film briefings before the film show. This year, the Saxon watchmaker, as always, presented a series of exclusive watches, and a dedicated watchmaker explained to connoisseurs and guests in detail the handmade timepieces from the top German luxury watch brand Glashütte Complex structure.
In addition to the world’s top film and filmmakers, the Berlin Film Festival also highlights the extraordinary professional production techniques involved in a successful film. Glashütte pays particular attention to the value of craftsmanship, because it is indispensable for making ingenious timepieces and works in the same way as filmmaking. As a leading manufacturer of top-quality watches, Glashütte commemorates his outstanding craftsmanship, unparalleled expertise, and over 165 years of watchmaking expertise. There is no doubt that the 63rd Berlin Film Festival will attract a group of people who appreciate appreciation.