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.