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landmarks / sightseeing points

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Alexanderplatz

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming on Alexanderplatz is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures. For more detailed information please see link below:
Guidelines - Photography & Tourism News Stories on Berlin and Brandenburg


Bebelplatz

Foto: David Marschalsky. Gendarmenmarkt

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming on Bebelplatz is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures.
For more detailed information please see link below:
Guidelines - Photography & Tourism News Stories on Berlin and Brandenburg


Berlin Television Tower

© BBFC / Foto: Christiane Raab

Shootings only from November until March!

To film inside the Tower Restaurant of the Berlin Television Tower please send a fax to Mrs. Lichtenberg from the Fernsehturm Alexanderplatz Gastronomiegesellschaft mbH. Shooting half an hour costs 5o€. For adressdetails see link below.


Brandenburg Gate

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming around the Brandenburg Gate is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures. For more detailed information please see link below:
Guidelines - Photography & Tourism News Stories on Berlin and Brandenburg


East Side Gallery

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

https://www.eastsidegalleryberlin.de/en/

Permits for filming at Eastside Gallery will currently be issued for road-side (Mühlenstraße) only (not water side).
For bigger crew and equipment and shootings that obstruct road and or pedestrian traffic, the permit of the civil engineering department of the district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg and the main traffic authority of Berlin, the VLB, is needed.
In any case, the permit of the 'East-Side-Gallery e.V. Artists Initiative' (www.eastsidegallery-berlin.de) must be obtained, which saves the artists' copyright.

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The East Side Gallery, with its length of just over one kilometer, is the world's longest open-air gallery, along the Mühlenstrasse in Berlin-Friedrichshain. It is the longest remaining piece of Berlin Wall. Still grey and white in GDR times, the wall was painted after 1989 by artists from all over the world.

The East Side Gallery with its associated public parks East Side Park and Park on the Spree were transferred to the 1.11.2018 the property of the Berlin Wall Foundation. Nevertheless, both parks are considered public green spaces. For filming or photo shoots in the public green areas, a permit from the Road and Green Space Office is required even when shooting with a small crew. Applications should be sent by e-mail to: sngruen@ba-fk.berlin.de.
Note: Due to the limited capacity for processing with increasing requests for special use permits in protected green areas and recreational facilities of the district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, was decided by the road and green space authorities that until further notice no more permits for filming in the protected green areas and recreational facilities of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg will be issued. This restriction applies to all public green and recreational facilities in the district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Unauthorized filming and photography in above mentioned areas may result in suspension of unauthorized filming and can be punished with a fine of up to 5,000 EUR.

Should the filming take place on the street side, ie with the pictures of the East Side Gallery in the background, it is public street land and this is in "larger" shooting, the civil engineering department of the district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg and the Berlin road traffic authorities.

For information on the history of the historic site and the East Side Gallery, please contact the Berlin Wall Foundation, please visit www.eastsidegalleryberlin.de or contact eastsidegallery@stiftung-berliner-mauer.de. Further information about the artists is also provided by the artists' initiative East Side Gallery e.V., www.eastsidegallery-berlin.de. It is also committed to preserving the copyright of the artists and is available for questions regarding the use of motifs of the East Side Gallery. The artists' initiative is alway to be asked for permission. 


Frankfurter Tor / Karl-Marx-Allee

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming at the Frankfurter Tor is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures.
For more detailed information please see link below:
Guidelines - Photography & Tourism News Stories on Berlin and Brandenburg


Funkturm / Radio Tower

Funkturm

© BBFC / Foto: Mareike Hube

The "Funkturm" belongs to the Messe Berlin GmbH. For indoor shots inside the Funkturm-Restaurant Berlin please contact  Mr. Heiko Falkner from the Funkturm-Restaurant Berlin. For address details see link below.


Gendarmenmarkt

Foto: David Marschalsky. Gendarmenmarkt

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming at the Gendarmenmarkt is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures.
For more detailed information please see link below:
Guidelines - Photography & Tourism News Stories on Berlin and Brandenburg


Glienicke-Bridge

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming on the Glienicke-Bridge is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures. For more information about Glienicke-Bridge the please see link below http://www.glienicke-bridge.com/.


Molecule Man / Treptowers

© BBFC / Foto: Daniel Nauck

The "Molecule man" is a big (100-foot tall ) art work from Jonathan Borofsky at the Berlin river Spree near the Oberbaumbrücke.


Oberbaumbrücke / Oberbaum Bridge

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Filming on the Oberbaum Bridge is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures.


Reichstag building

Reichstagsgebäude

There is to be no filming from within the German Parliament Building (Reichstag) or its dome except for news coverage about the government or parliament. The Parliament’s public relation office handles all film permit requests for shoots that take place on the building’s premises. Outdoor filming of the German Parliament or its neighboring federal government buildings and offices is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures.

Note:

The Berlin tourist office Berlin Tourismus Marketing GmbH (BTM) lends out free video news footage (format: Betacam and Betacam Digital) that spotlights diverse Berlin attractions. Interior shots of the Parliament and its dome are included in this footage. Cassettes may be borrowed for up to four weeks. For more details, please contact Ms. Schreiber at the BTM.


Siegessäule, with its golden statue of Victory

Foto: David Marschalsky. Siegessäule, Berlin

© BBFC / Foto: David Marschalsky

Outdoor filming around the Siegessäule is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures. For indoor shots please contact  Mrs. Krallert from the Monument Tales GmbH. For address details see link below.


Straußberger Platz / Karl-Marx-Allee

© BBFC / Foto: Daniel Nauck

Outdoor filming around the Straußberger Platz is permitted as long as traffic is in no way affected. To meet this requirement, camera teams must be limited to a small number of people and use only handheld equipment free of stationary structures.
For more detailed information please see link below:
Guidelines - Photography & Tourism News Stories on Berlin and Brandenburg


Zitadelle Spandau

Zitadelle Spandau

For shots inside the "Zitadelle Spandau" please contact  Mrs. Beatrice Scherf. For address details see link below.




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