Magazin Kino

© Katrin Schneider / Inside-Picture
© Katrin Schneider / Inside-Picture
© Katrin Schneider / Inside-Picture

The Magazin-Filmkunsttheater can look back on 60 years of tradition and offers a varied programme.

After the war, the magazine Filmkunsttheater was one of the first to be granted a license for public screening in the British occupation zone. Today the magazine is the oldest, still preserved and continuously operated traditional cinema. The Filmkunsttheater is famous for its atmosphere and charm of the past cinema era.

The programme

Occasional blockbusters, Sunday documentary film series and lots of art house.

Our tip, because... the MAGAZIN cinema is shown exactly the way it was at the beginning of the 20th century.

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