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Start   Shooting Permits   Guidelines   Filming on Public Streets and Roads   Berlin   Regulations are subject to certain restrictions

Regulations are subject to certain restrictions:

1.       “No stopping” signs must be put up in conjunction with additional signs. The time frame and distances for all potential impediments should be held to a minimum for the sake of traffic. Personal vehicles in no way associated with the production cannot stop or park in these special “no stopping” zones. (Reserved parking is not permitted)

2.       Traffic signs must be put up three days prior to the time they take effect (a mandatory 72 hours in advance) and must be covered or removed once vehicles transporting technical equipment are in position.

3.       Only the police or authorized government agencies of the relevant district can order the removal of vehicles in violation of the no stopping zone.

4.       For the duration of a specially licensed shoot, affected loading zones and handicapped parking must be relocated in cooperation with the supervising police precinct. Parking for the severely handicapped should be kept free whenever possible as a relocation of such spots can be approved only with the consent of the handicapped person concerned.

5.       The stipulations of the general shooting permit must always be adhered to.

6.       A street blueprint (incl. properly numbered street lamps, buildings, recessed driveways, trees, handicapped parking spots etc.) must be submitted before any street signs can be mounted. The entire proposed “no stopping” area, the existing traffic signs and the time length of the traffic and/or stopping restrictions must all be clearly designated on the blueprint. 

The BBFC has created standardized application forms in conjunction with the VLB and other government offices. See Application Forms.



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