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One of the oldest cinemas in Berlin.

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100 min
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Wagner, Bayreuth und der Rest der Welt

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The Worst Person In The World

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11:00

Minions 2

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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
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13:40
16:10
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Between Two Worlds

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107 min
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Juliette Binoche plays a journalist writing about low-income jobs.... Read more
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11:00

Adventures of a Mathematician

Biopic
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102 min
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FSK 12
When science lost its innocence.... Read more
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12:50

Alfons Zitterbacke - Endlich Klassenfahrt

Family Film
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91 min
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FSK 6
Alfons manages to catch the bus to his class trip to the Baltic Sea at the last minute.... Read more
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13:20

Serial (Bad) Weddings 3

Comedy
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98 min
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FSK 0
Just when you thought you knew the whole family, Claude and Marie Verneuil are in for another surprise.... Read more
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15:00
17:40
20:00
15:00
17:40
20:00
15:00
17:40
20:00
15:00
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El buen patrón

Comedy
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120 min
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A biting satire, winner of six Goya Awards... Read more
DF
17:20
20:00
17:20
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17:20
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17:20
20:00

Guglhupfgeschwader

Comedy
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97 min
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FSK 12
Bavaria's most-relaxed village policeman returns for another case.... Read more
DF
15:20
18:00
20:30
15:20
18:00
20:30
15:20
18:00
20:30
15:20
18:00
20:30

The Last Bus

Roadmovie
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88 min
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FSK 6
Widower Tom uses his free bus pass to travel the length of Britain.... Read more
DF
18:20
20:30
18:20
20:30
18:20
20:30
18:20
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Der junge Häuptling Winnetou

Family Film
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103 min
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FSK 0
As the headman's son, young Winnetou wants to prove to his father how brave he is.... Read more
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13:50
15:40
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15:40
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Das Kant Kino ist eines der ältesten Filmtheater der Stadt. Viele seiner Gäste haben über Generationen hinweg hier ihre Liebe zum Film entdeckt. Gezeigt wird eine feine Auswahl an internationalen Produktionen sowie Dokumentar- und Kinderfilmen.

Accessibility

accessibilityPartially accessible
Foyer: Two steps in front of the entrance door. Ramp available upon request.Restrooms: Level access.
Hall 1-2: Accessible via stairs only.Hall 3-5: Accessible via stairs or elevator next to foyer. One wheelchair space available per hall.
Address
Kantstr. 54 10627 Berlin
Telephone
Gästeservice: 030 322 931 322 | Kant Kino: 030 319 9866
Mail
hilfe@yorck.de
Public Transport
U Wilmersdorfer Straße

History

Kant Kino is one of the oldest movie theaters in the city. For generations, many of its patrons have discovered their love of film here. A fine selection of international productions as well as documentaries and children's films are the heart of the programming.Two world wars, wild West Berlin nights in the 70s, the great cinema death - the Kant Kino has seen and survived a lot.In 1912, the Kant-Lichtspiele opened with one auditorium and about 800 seats. In the 1970s, the cinema was also a concert stage. David Bowie, NIck Cave, Joy Division ("Komakino"), AC/DC, The Police, Nina Hagen and Blondie: they were all here.Concerts are no longer held in the Kant Kino. Instead, the cinema now has five cozy halls, two of which were built in the 1980s. A reconstruction in 1997 made space for additional two halls.The large Hall 1 has remained as stunning as ever, as has the beautiful old wooden interior in the foyer. And the claim to provide its audience with first-class films - night after night, for more than a century.

1912

The Kant-Lichtspiele open with a single hall and about 800 seats in the building of the Kant Hotel.

1929

The former hotel lobby becomes the cinema entrance.

1975-1983

The cinema hall becomes a concert stage in the midst of the punk and new wave scene. David Bowie, Nick Cave, Patti Smith, Joy Division and many others play constantly sold-out shows.

2001

After insolvency of the operator, the cinema has to close. But its comeback won't take long. A few months later, it reopens thanks to the new operator Gerhard Groß.

2010

The Berlinale goes Kiez is a guest with its program.

2011

Still under the management of Gerhard Groß, Kant becomes an independent member of the Yorck Group. A short time later it changes ownership again (Heinz Lochmann, Flott GmbH), but remains part of the Yorck Group.

2017

Extensive renovation of Cinema 2 and the foyer and installation of air conditioning.