We are very pleased that the REC-Filmfestival Berlin 2020 can take place despite the corona pandemic. With care in all areas and strict hygiene, we live up to our shared responsibility for containing the coronavirus. In order to protect you and our team in the best possible way, we ask you to strictly comply with the hygiene rules. With your care you protect yourself, the other visitors and the hosts.
The hygiene rules in detail:
- Wearing a mouth and nose cover is compulsory.
Admission is only granted with the mouth and nose cover on. You do not need to wear a mouth-nose cover on your seat provided that the minimum distance is observed.
- Only spouses or life partners or relatives from one household are allowed to sit next to each other without a minimum distance
- Please note the registration requirement
- The minimum distance of 1.5 m from other people must be maintained at all times, including on the paths and in the toilet area
- Avoid queues and always stick to the distance markings
- In order to avoid crossing paths, our guidance system only shows „one-way streets“
- Wash and disinfect your hands regularly
- Avoid hugs and handshakes
- Stick to the cough & sneeze label
- Drinks are only to be taken at the seat
- We would like to point out to visitors with chronic respiratory diseases who are unable to wear a mouth and nose protection that in this case they are exposing themselves to an increased risk of infection
- Visitors who have had contact with someone suffering from COVID-19 in the past 14 days or who themselves suffer from an upper respiratory infection are not allowed to participate in the events
Disinfectants for disinfecting hands are offered in the entrance area, in the toilet area and in the counter area.
Furthermore, the chairs, the door handles, all surfaces (counters, tables, etc.) and the toilets are disinfected by the staff.
This happens before and after the events. The toilets are also disinfected during the performance.
Attendance lists are destroyed after four weeks.
Clipboards and pens are disinfected by the staff before they are handed out to visitors.