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1st Berlin International Film Festival

1st Berlin International Film Festival
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Festival poster
Opening film Rebecca
Location Berlin, Germany
Founded 1951
Awards Golden Bear
Festival date June 6–17, 1951
Website

The 1st annual Berlin International Film Festival was held from June 6 to June 17, 1951.[1] The opening film was Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca.[1]

At this very first Berlin Festival, the Golden Bear award was introduced, and it was awarded to the best film in each of five categories: drama, comedy, crime or adventure, music film, and documentary. This system disappeared already the following year, partly due to the fact that films that year were voted on by the audience.

Jury

Films in competition

Awards

References

External links

  • ] Berlin International Film Festival 1951: Inaugural Ceremony
  • 1951 Berlin International Film Festival
  • Internet Movie Database


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