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Babylon Berlin Binge

16 – 17.11.2019

Time | 11am–7pm
Location | F Hall Studio at Block 17
Ticket | $280 (Free Seating)
Language | In German with English subtitles

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  1. The screening of Babylon Berlin Binge at Tai Kwun F Hall Studio at Block 17 from 16-17 November 2019 will only include the first 6 episodes of the Season One of the drama series. Patrons who have purchased tickets on or before 6 November 2019 are entitled to a complimentary F&B coupon to redeem snacks and drinks on the day of the event.
  2. "Babylon Berlin" is classified as a category III movie, only persons who attained the age of 18 or above will be admitted to the programme. If necessary, a valid proof of ages is required for verification.
    • For ticket holders who are under the age of 18, please contact Ticketflap at to apply for a refund before 17 December 2019.

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Known as the most expensive television drama series in Germany, Babylon Berlin, directed by award-winning German film-maker Tom Tykwer, depicts the thrilling story of Gereon Rath, a police inspector on a secret mission in the Weimar Republic during the post-World War One period when the metropolis was trying to rebuild and recover from the war destructions. 

Over the last weekend of Projekt Berlin, F Hall Studio will transform into a cozy living room with sofas and bean bags for an all-day binge-watching of the six episodes of Babylon Berlin Season One. Immerse yourself into the 1930s Germany to discover and revisit the extraordinary history and story of a city that rose from the ashes.

Ticket holders to “Babylon Berlin Binge” are welcome to join Arne Jysch, the creative mind behind Babylon Berlin’s original graphic novel in a reading session on 16.11.2019.

Arne Jysch, born in 1973, studied communication design and animation in Hamburg and Potsdam. Today he lives in Berlin and works as a storyboard artist, comic artist and lecturer for storyboard at the Film University Babelsberg. With "Der Beste" he has produced an award-winning short film and participated in the "Filmmasters Program" in Hollywood. "Wave and Smile" was his first comic. His graphic novel "Der nasse Fisch" – English title: “Babylon Berlin” - based on the crime novel by Volker Kutscher became a bestseller.