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TEDDY TODAY: 17th of February 2024

The third day of the Berlinale is here and has several interesting TEDDY films in store.

The Visitor

A refugee washes up in a small suitcase on the banks of the River Thames in London. Arriving at the house of an upper-class family, he seduces each and every family member, depicted in explicit sex scenes. A reimagining of Pasolini’s Teorema.

Premiere: 17.02/ 22:00 Kino International

🎥18.02/ 15:30 Cubix 9
🎥21.02/ 22:00 Kino International
🎥22.02/ 21:30 Cubix 5

You can find more information about the director and the film right HERE!

All Shall Be Well

When her partner Pat unexpectedly dies, Angie is left to worry about the flat in which the couple lived together for over 30 years. Supported by her chosen family, Angie begins a later-life journey into emancipation.

🎥 17.02 / 21:30 Cubix 8
🎥 18.02 / 12:30 Cubix 9
🎥 21.02 / 10:00 Cubix 5
🎥 23.02 / 12:00 Haus der Berliner Festspiele
🎥 25.02 / 15:30 Cineplex Titania

Looking for more information about the film? Click here

Cura Sana

Spain during the Noche de San Juan festival. Sisters Jessica and Alma are once again on their way to pick up food stamps from the Caritas charity. Although they have experienced violence at home, they both try to break the cycle and treat each other with love.

🎥19.02./ 13:30 Kino International
🎥20.02/ 18:45 Cubix 8
🎥23.02/ 12:30 Filmtheater am Friedrichshain
🎥25.02/ 18:30 Cineplex Titania

Click here to get more information about the film!



Directed by: Dag Johan Haugerud
Norway, 2024, 125′

Filmstill Sex © Motlys

Two chimney sweeps living in monogamous, heterosexual marriages both end up in situations that challenge their views on sexuality and gender roles


17.02/ 16:30 Zoo Palast 1

The Visitor

Directed by: Bruce LaBruce
UK, 2024, 101′

Filmstill The Visitor © LaBruce / A/POLITICAL

A refugee washes up in a small suitcase on the banks of the River Thames in London. Arriving at the house of an upper-class family, he seduces each and every family member, depicted in explicit sex scenes. A reimagining of Pasolini’s Teorema.


17.02/ 22:00 Kino International

Young Hearts

Directed by: Anthony Schatteman
Belgium, Netherlands, 2024, 97′

Filmstill Young Hearts © Thomas Nolf

Fourteen-year-old Elias increasingly feels like an outsider in his village. When he meets Alexander, his new neighbour of the same age, Elias is confronted with his burgeoning sexuality.


17.02/ 16:00 HKW1 – Miriam Makeba Auditorium


All Shall Be Well
17.02/ 21:30 Cubix 8

17.02/ 12:30 Cubix

17.02 / 09:30 Haus der Berliner Festspiele
17.02 / 15:15 Verti Music Hall
17.02 / 21:30 Cubix 9

detours while speaking of monsters
17.02/ 21:00 Kino Betonhalle @silent green

17.02/ 21:00 Kino Betonhalle @silent green

I Don´t Want To Be Just A Memory
17.02/ 21:00 Kino Betonhalle @silent green

Winners (Sieger sein)
17.02/ 10:00 Zoo Palast 2


During these uncertain times, the 36th TEDDY AWARD invites you to enjoy a sheer rainbow of queer community, pleasure and visibility. We’re inviting you to celebrate the best queer movies of the 72nd Berlinale at the 36th TEDDY AWARD ceremony, taking place at the VOLKSBÜHNE BERLIN on February 18, 2022.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the TEDDY AWARDS – one of the most prestigious awards of the Berlin International Film Festival – once again will not happen as the glamorous event you’ve gotten used to. There will not be 1500 guests from media, politics and society. The safety of our guests, film crews and employees has top priority, which is why this year we can only allow participants and contributors access to the award ceremony at the Volksbühne.

But you can be there live, our livestream from the Volksbühne will be activated on 18.02.22 starting at 9pm.

The TEDDY AWARD will also accompany the 72nd Berlinale on the TEDDY AWARD platforms with talks, discussions, panels and interviews on current queer films and the most burning issues and developments in the queer media industry. The TEDDY AWARD film market events Queer Industry Reception and Speedy Film Pitches will take place online in the form of interacting and networking queer media professionals. The TEDDY AWARD online platforms will be accessible to anyone who’s interested and will once again enable an international discourse.

Daily live from the TEDDY Studio

What a wonderfull week! We’ re pretty sad, that all magic of the TEDDY Studio is already ending. If you missed some of our amazing TEDDY Talks, you can watch all of them all on demand! If you want to browse again trough the TEDDY Talks Program of the 35th TEDDY AWARD , you can still find all information about the on our blog.


We’re looking forward to the summer!
Stay tuned & stay healthy!

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