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Germany's largest art house auditorium with more than a century of history.

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The Banshees of Inisherin

Oscars 2023
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114 min
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FSK 16
Nominated for 9 Academy Awards... Read more
DF
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Babylon

Drama
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189 min
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The new film by Damien Chazelle (La La Land and Whiplash) with Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt... Read more
OmU
11:00

The Barber of Seville

Alternative Content
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225 min
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Sung in Italian with German subtitles... Read more
OmU
20:00

Marriage of Figaro

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240 min
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Sung in Italian with German subtitles... Read more
OmU
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Trovatore

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205 min
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Sung in Italian with German subtitles... Read more
OmU
20:15

Royal Opera House

Live from LondonThe Delphi Filmpalast and Munich-based City Kinos will broadcast famous operas and ballets from the heart of Lo... Read more
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12.07.2022 - 20.06.2024
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Located in a magnificent theater building at Bahnhof Zoo, Delphi Filmpalast is Germany's largest art house auditorium. From the temple-like exterior with stone lions and decorative vases, to the glittering interior, to the auditorium with more than 600 seats and 4K Laser projection, everything here is larger than life.

Accessibility

accessibilityNot accessible
Foyer: Multiple stairs in front of the entrance.Restrooms: No barrier-free restrooms available.
Auditorium: Multiple stairs to the auditorium.
Address
Kantstr. 12a 10623 Berlin
Telephone
Service: 030 322 931 322 | Kino: 030 - 312 10 26
Mail
info@delphi-filmpalast.de
Public Transport
S, U, Bus: Zoologischer Garten

History

Germany's largest art house auditorium is located in a magnificent theater building at Bahnhof Zoo. From the temple-like exterior with stone lions and decorative vases, to the glittering interior, to the Cinemascope screen and an auditorium with over 600 seats, everything here is larger than life.For decades, the Delphi Filmpalast has been one of the city's most important premiere cinemas and Berlinale venues. Together with Bikini-Haus, Galerie C/O and Helmut Newton Museum, the cinema forms the cultural center of West Berlin. International jazz greats also perform in the "Quasimodo" in the basement of the building. The Delphi Filmpalast is one of the few remaining cinemas in Germany where films can still be shown in 70mm format. The fine selection of current productions is complemented by matinees and film premieres. And renowned filmmakers are not only occasionally on stage for Q&As, but also often among audience members.

1927/28

The Delphi Palast dance club opens.

1943

The theater is shut down as the war progresses.

1949

Walter Jonigkeit restores the badly damaged building and opens the Delphi Filmpalast with state-of-the-art technology and the largest cinema screen in Berlin.

1952

The second Berlin International Film Festival is held in the palace.

1981

The Berlinale's first Forum of Young Cinema takes place in the newly remodeled Delphi Filmpalast.

1980s

The cinema endures several periods of crisis and threats of closure. A new, sophisticated program concept is developed.

2009

On December 25, 2009, founder Walter Jonigkeit dies at the age of 102. He lived to see the 50th birthday of his cinema.

2021

The Delphi Filmpalast awakens from the second Covid lockdown with a carefully renovated foyer and a brand-new 4K laser projector.