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For those who love original versions, the Odeon is the first cinema address in Berlin. Literally. It was the first cinema in the city to show films exclusively without German dubbing and has remained true to this ever since. With a brand-new sound system and a recent renovation, it is the perfect address for both loud and quiet films.

Accessibility

accessibilityPartially accessible
Foyer: Five steps to the entrance door. Level access via courtyard, but there is a small ledge.Restroom: Level access from foyer, no wheelchair-accessible toilet.
Hall: Level access from foyer. Several wheelchair spaces available.
Address
Hauptstr. 116 10827 Berlin
Telephone
030 322 931 322
Mail
hilfe@yorck.de
Public Transport
U: Innsbrucker PlatzS: Schöneberg

History

From the outside, the simple bungalow doesn't look that big, but it offers space for 265 guests and a surprisingly wide movie screen. The American vibe of foyer and auditorium is emphasized with salty popcorn and the lovingly maintained celebrity wall. Since 1985, the Odeon has shown exclusively original versions without German dubbing. The change was a novelty at the time. Until then, original versions had only been shown in the non-public cinemas of the Allied soldiers, and there only after a considerable delay. Among the first guests were friends and families of stationed Allied soldiers, but also numerous Berliners discovered their love for cinema in the original version over the years. No wonder then that Odeon has gathered a dedicated international fan base throughout the decades.And everyone willing to talk further about a film will find a warm welcome just around the corner in one of the many nice pubs in the Akazienkiez.

1950

The cinema opens as Filmbühne Sylvia.

1982

The theater becomes part of Yorck Kinogruppe.

1985

The cinema is given a new name, Odeon, and becomes the first cinema to focus exclusively on original-language versions.

1986

After a bit of a run-up, the original version of Out of Africa with Meryl Streep and Robert Redford becomes the first big box-office hit at the Odeon.

2012

Digital projection is introduced at the Odeon.

2021

After a careful renovation, the Odeon not only shines in new splendor, but also has more comfortable seats and a bombastic sound system.