Berlin Film Festival sets 2011 dates

Berlinale reports record ticket sales in 2010

BERLIN — Next year’s Berlin Film Festival will take place Feb. 10-20.

Fest execs said last month’s 60th anniversary edition had sold a record 300,000 tickets to the public. Nearly 20,000 accredited professionals from 122 countries attended, including just under 4,000 journalists.

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