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The Bogey Awards is a series of German film awards. The award is based on the number of people seeing a film within a given time frame. The prize is awarded by the industry's trade journal Blickpunkt: Film.
- Titanium: Viewed by ten million people.
- Platinum: Five million people within the first fifty days of release.
- Gold: Three million people within thirty days.
- Silver: Two million people within twenty days.
- Bronze: One million people within 10 days.
- Bogey Award: One million people, or 1000 people per copy, with a minimum of 25 copies, within first ten days.
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