He'll pay for each Ticket. "And if you say, that is afraid of a fly, then I have to tell you, maybe someone else will step in as the filmmakers."
Berlinale-Director Dieter Kosslick still has in the short term, a Film in the program - and AfD-politician invited. He had decided to make the documentary film, "The secret archive in the Warsaw Ghetto" by Roberta Grossman on 10. To show February, said Kosslick. "All AfD members, all the deputies in the Bundestag, AfD, are free may to the movies. I personally invited. I'll pay any Ticket."
He hoped that as many as possible will see the Film. "And if you say, that is afraid of a fly, then I have to tell you, maybe someone else will step in as the filmmakers." The Film depicts the story of the 1941 founded the underground archive in the Warsaw Ghetto. It should document how the Jews lived in the Ghetto and how they were murdered. The Berlinale shows from the 7. to 17. February, about 400 movies.
The program was actually closed already, said Kosslick. The Film shows up still, was he also with the AfD scandal not left a few days ago in the Bavarian Parliament at a memorial event for the victims of national socialism, members of the right-wing populist party demonstrative the chamber, after the President of the Jewish community of Munich, Charlotte Knobloch, said the AfD was "just for me, on the floor of our democratic Constitution."