Cinema

Cinema

The Berliner cinema scene lets the heart of every cineaste beat faster. In addition to multiplex cinemas and old-established large cinemas, many small cinemas and art-house cinemas offer films beyond the mainstream. Fanciful retrospectives and rarely shown films such as silent films or films out of foreign countries can be discovered here. Of course, all blockbusters are also shown on a big screen with the very latest technology.
And the best part is: in many cinemas, the films are shown in original version.

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Visitors of this open air movie theatre, which is located in the Volkspark Friedrichshain, can look for a seat on the grassy ground or sit at tables. Visitors are...
The cinema in the courtyrad of the Künstlerhauses Bethanien is berlin's open air cinema. Every day another movie is shown, classics and current film, art house and...
The open-air Rehberge cinema with its 1,500 seats under a starry sky is one of the largest open-air cinemas in Berlin. From Wednesdays to Sundays, cartoons, German films...
Open air cinema at the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz, which presents last season's art house favourites on mild summer evenings. There is space enough for up to 1,000...
The native home of the cineastes: the Arsenal is the rich in tradition art-house cinema of the friends of the Kinemathek. Since 2000, it is located in the newly opened...
Where the cinema visit becomes an experience: the Astor film lounge is a cinema for refined taste with comfortable adjustable leather seats (some even with foot rests),...
A cinema visit in the Babylon is always a trip through time—no matter which film one watches. The original filmkunsthous from the 20’s was designed by Hans Poelzig, and...
The Cinema Paris in the culture centre “Maison de France” puts its emphasises on European films, often times French. The beautifully built cinema with its atmospheric...
In 19 cinema halls, the multiplex theatre, centrally located at Potsdamer Platz, offers entertainment for cinemagoers. In the modern cinema, which distinguishes itself...
At the Berlin Event Cinema IMAX Center on Potsdamer Platz, films for audiences young and old are shown on Berlin's largest screen with the world's best 3-D technology....
Where one should look within the CineStar in the Sony Centre, one initially doesn’t know at all: upwards, where one in the ceiling looks through the fountain into the...
The Delphi was opened in 1949, and it is still a special cinema with wonderful flair. Here, a visit to the cinema is also always a visit of the cinema. Before the hall...
A visit to the Eva Lichtspielen is a journey in former times of cinema. The 1912 opened cinema possesses the atmosphere of the 50’s. Already, the neon lettering at the...
From June to mid-September, it's time once again for the free open-air cinema season at the Kulturfabrik. The "Windlicht" open air cinema can accommodate about 100...
The film theatre at Friedrichshain is the largest art-house cinema of the city and shows quality artistic cinema in five individually designed halls. With its...
This open air theatre is located in the park Hasenheide. Cult movies and current blockbusters are on the programme. You sit on seats and in case it rains the visitors...
The Kurpark Friedrichshagen offers films screenings several times a week from May to September. Up to 600 people can watch the latest films and hits from the past season...
Situated in the popular Hackesche Höfe are not only restaurants and the Chamäleon Varieté but also a cinema. Once you’ve made it up to the 4th floor, you can enjoy...
The summer garden of the Cassiopeia neighbourhood club in Friedrichshain is once again the venue for the Insel open-air cinema this summer. Up to 350 viewers can find a...
An intimate theater with a nice café, where you can have brunch.
Kids, attention please: this very special cinema with a relaxed and children friendly atmosphere has many great movies on the programme. Whether for groups, on child's...
The under heritage preserved standing building out of the sixties with its impressive glass façade is the showcase cinema of the former DDR. Today, in the large cinema...
In the rear courtyard of Haus Schwarzenberg, classic films and cult favourites are presented in their original language with English or German subtitles every night from...
Cuddly arthouse cinema near to the Wilmersdorfer Straße pedestrian zone.
The Odeon, being the first cinema in Berlin to show—and still shows—all films in the original English version. The comfortable cinema counts as one of the classic...
One of the newest open-air cinemas in Berlin has risen in the remains of the Berlin Wall at the site of the former East German Progress Film Distributors at Ostkreuz....
Within the brick walls of the inner courtyard of the Spandau Stadtbibliothek (City Library), current films and favourites from the past year are presented under the open...
After extensive renovation, the Zoo Palast cinema reopened at the end of 2013. The elegant character of the 1950s-era cinema was preserved, even as innovative design and...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.