Tschick (film) Font

About Tschick (film) Font

Tschick (Goodbye Berlin) is a German 2016 comedy film based on the novel Tschick (released as Why We Took the Car in English countries). The film deals with two teenage outsiders from Berlin who start an eccentric roadtrip through East Germany during the Summer holidays.

The film title in the poster features a connected script font, which is OPTI Santita published by Castcraft Software. You can download OPTI Sanita font for free here. All the OPTI’s fonts are no longer available for sale, they are now widely considered as abandoned or orphaned fonts. You can view a complete list of fonts here.

You can follow the link above to download Tschick font. Use the text generator below if you want to create text graphics with the font online.

Create Text Graphics with Tschick Font

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