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Minions 2

Family Film
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87 min
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FSK 6
Gru aims to become part of a group of supervillains with the help of his Minions.... Read more
DF
13:30

Mein Lotta-Leben - Alles Tschaka mit Alpaka

Family Film
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95 min
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FSK 0
Lotta's first class trip is coming up - but there are a few surprises in store.... Read more
DF
13:30
13:30

Where the Crawdads Sing

Drama
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125 min
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FSK 12
Literary adaptation of the bestselling novel of the same name by Delia Owens. ... Read more
DF
11:00

Life is a dance

Comedy
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117 min
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FSK 12
A dance film of a different kind... Read more
DF
11:00

Ticket to Paradise

Comedy
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104 min
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FSK 6
New comedy with George Clooney and Julia Roberts... Read more
DF
15:30
20:10
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20:10
15:30
20:10

Mittagsstunde

Drama
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93 min
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FSK 12
Based on the bestseller by Dörte Hansen with Charlie Hübner... Read more
DF
17:50
20:30
17:50
20:30
17:50
20:30

Die Schule der magischen Tiere 2

Family Film
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103 min
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FSK 0
Sequel of The School of the Magical Animals.... Read more
DF
13:30
15:50
13:30
15:50
13:30
15:50

Da kommt noch was

Comedy
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98 min
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FSK 0
Spätestens als Helga durch den Boden ihres Wohnzimmers kracht, wird ihr klar, dass sie feststeckt.... Read more
DF
18:10
18:10
18:10
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About

Air conditioned with fresh air | 
Filter ePM1 ≥ 60 %
Pankow's only movie theater stands especially for arthouse and an excellent range of children's films. For more than 100 years, cinema has been made for the neighborhood at this location.

Accessibility

accessibilityFully accessible
All areas have level access.
Restrooms are wheelchair accessible.
Address
Hermann-Hesse-Straße 11 13156 Berlin
Telephone
030 322 931 322
Mail
hilfe@yorck.de
Public Transport
Tram / Bus: Herrmann-Hesse-/Waldstraße

History

Opened in 1870 as a dance hall, the "Blauer Stern" hosted the first cinema films as part of vaudeville events. In the 1930s, the dance hall was converted into a cinema with a stage: the "Bismarck-Lichtspiele" opened. After the war, the cinema was reopened in 1946 as the "Blauer Stern" movie theater. As early as 1987, the "Blauer Stern" had to be closed due to dilapidation. In the period after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the district of Pankow also lost its last two cinemas, first the "Lunik" (1991) and then the "Tivoli" (1994). It was not until December 1996 that the "Stern", as the people of Pankow call their cinema, was able to reopen thanks to the great commitment of the operators, thus ending the cinema-less period for Pankow. In terms of construction and technology, the best possible use was made of the Art Nouveau building: a second cinema hall was built into the former "Feinschmecker" restaurant; rising rows of seats with comfortable cinema chairs and comfortable leg spacing, a starry sky in Hall 1, modern cinema technology and the café ensure an all-around pleasant visit to the cinema. In spring 2010, digital projection finally made its way into the "Blauer Stern". Since April 2011, film reels are finally a thing of the past. Both movie theaters are digitized and additionally equipped with Dolby 3D. In May 2018, long-time operator Uwe Feld retired from the cinema business and entrusted his cinema to the Yorck Kingruppe. During the first Corona lockdown, the foyer and aisles were extensively renovated according to the specifications of BATEK architects.

1870

Construction of the dance hall and later cinema hall

1917

The first films are shown as part of varieté programs.

1933

The dance hall is finally converted into a cinema for good. The Bismarck-Lichtspiele open for the first time.

1946

After the war, the cinema reopens under the name Blauer Stern.

1987

The cinema is closed due to dilapidation.

1996

Uwe Feld takes over and renovates the cinema. A second cinema hall is built into the former Feinschmecker restaurant. After completion of the work, the cinema celebrates its grand reopening.

2011

The projection at Blauer Stern is digitzed.

2018

Long-time operator Uwe Feld retires from the cinema business and hands over the cinema to the Yorck Kinogruppe: "I am pleased to have found operators who will continue the house in the established sense."

2020

The Blue Star shines anew: In collaboration with BATEK Architekten, the foyer, aisles and halls are renovated.