From 4 to 7 May 2020, the conference will gather hundreds of programme makers from around the world, for four full days of screenings and discussions devoted to storytelling in the public interest.
More than 100 years ago the first silent movie was shot in Potsdam-Babelsberg. Today the full-service media house Studio Babelsberg is one of Europe’s leading service providers for major motion pictures, independent films and tv. The famous Filmstudios Babelsberg have been creative hub to international film production for over a hundred years - from Metropolis to Inglorious Basterds. The 1000-year-old city of Potsdam was part of the GDR until 1989 and is connected to the neighbouring city of Berlin by the famous ‘Bridge of Spies’.
The conference venue for INPUT 2020 will be at Schiffbauergasse. This is a cultural quarter on the river Havel with a creative atmosphere, close to the historic Dutch quarter, where you will find many restaurants, a farmers’ market, hotels and shops. Moving around Potsdam is best on foot and by bike!
And the frequent trains from Potsdam to Berlin central station take 24 minutes.
When: 4 to 7 May
Where: Potsdam, Schiffbauergasse
Call for submissions will be published on 15 November 2019