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Filming in Public Swimming Pools - Berlin

Berlin has about 80 swimming pools. They include lakeside pools - with Strandbad Wannsee probably the most popular-, open air and indoor pools, and water parks. Most of the Berlin pools are operated by Berliner Baeder-Betriebe. Shooting permits can be obtained from Berliner Baeder-Betriebe's press department.

Berliner Baeder Betriebe Fees for Film and Foto Shooting

Foto Shooting

  • Photographs to be used for educational purposes, training, etc. (a valid ID has to be presented) will be free of charge if the Berliner Bäder-Betriebe's marketing department has access to copies.
  • Pictures taken for commercial use (e.g. agencies, authors etc.) are charged EUR 75 plus 16% VAT per hour.
  • Shoots for the Berliner Pressemedien (Berlin Press) are free of charge if a press ID is presented. The corresponding pool's marketing and public relation departments must be informed.

Film Shooting

  • Film shoots by the Berliner TV-Medien (Berlin TV-productions) are free of charge. The corresponding pool's marketing and public relation departments must be informed.
  • Shootings by film and video productions will be charged EUR 250 per begun hour, if public swimming is not disturbed.
  • If public swimming is disturbed (a daily turnover loss must be paid for with a calculated average turnover), you will be charged EUR 500 per begun hour.
  • For liveguards/ swimming instructors, pool attendants and engineers a fee of EUR 75 has to be paid per begun hour plus 16% VAT.
  • On Sundays and holidays the hourly rate per person increases by 200% (i.e.: EUR 75 + 200% = EUR 225 plus 16% VAT), after business hours and on weekdays (on a voluntary basis) until 10.00 p.m. + 150%, after 10.00 p.m. + 200% plus 16% VAT.

Energy flat rate: EUR 320 plus 16% VAT (not if power generators have been brought along)
If the final credits mention, "with the friendly support of the Berliner Bäder-Betriebe", an amount of EUR 250 net will be reduced from the total amount.



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