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Everything Everywhere All at Once

Science Fiction
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139 min
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FSK 16
An epic sci-fi adventure about a Chinese-American woman who can't seem to finish her taxes.... Read more
OmU
21:20
21:20

Top Gun: Maverick

Action
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131 min
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FSK 12
Pete Mitchell readies for his final mission after more than thirty years as a flighter pilot.... Read more
OmU
18:00
21:00
21:00

The Worst Person In The World

Comedy
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128 min
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FSK 12
A coming of age story for your thirties.... Read more
OmeU
18:00
20:50
18:00

Chungking Express

Classic
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103 min
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FSK 12
What a difference a day makes... Read more
OmU
19:00
19:00

Lightyear

Animation
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100 min
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FSK 6
Infinity awaits.... Read more
OV
16:40
16:40

The Black Phone

Horror
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102 min
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FSK 16
Never talk to strangers.... Read more
OV
17:30
20:00
17:30
20:00

Elvis

Music
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160 min
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FSK 6
The life story of Elvis Presley as seen through the complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colone... Read more
OV
17:10
20:30
17:30
21:00

Thor: Love and Thunder

Pop Culture
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119 min
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The one is not the only.... Read more
OmU
19:00
21:40
19:00
21:40
16:15
19:00
21:40
16:15
19:00
21:40
19:00
21:40
19:00
21:40
19:00
21:40
OV
17:45
20:30
17:45
20:30
17:45
20:30
15:00
17:45
20:30
15:00
17:45
20:30
17:45
20:30
17:45
20:30
17:45
20:30

Hatching

Horror
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91 min
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FSK 16
Body-Horror meets Creature-Feature... Read more
OmU
22:30

Creepy Crypt

Horror, fantasy, suspense - the weekly horror film night presented by FluxFM. Every Saturday in the Rollberg Kino.The weekly horror film series with pearls of the genre: previews, festival films and classics turn the Rollberg... Read more
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19.02.2022 - 31.12.2029
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Rollberg
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About

Air conditioned with fresh air | 
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No other cinema in Berlin shows such a wide selection of original versions, whether it's an arthouse gem or ambitious Hollywood production. Rollberg pursues a consistent focus on films in the Original language version, additionally with English-subtitled films.

Accessibility

accessibilityPartially accessible
Foyer: Level access.Restroom: Level access. Not handicapped accessible.Hall 1: Stairs to hall. Level access from seperate entrance possible. Please inform staff.
Hall 2: Level access. Wheelchair space in front of first row.Halls 3-5: Stairs from foyer to hall. Level access possible via side entrance. Please inform our staff.
Address
Rollbergstr. 70 12053 Berlin-Neukölln
Telephone
Guest service: 030 322 931 322
Mail
hilfe@yorck.de
Public Transport
U8: Boddinstraße

History

From a historical perspective, the Rollberg has great footsteps to follow. In 1927, the Mercedes Palast, the largest movie theater at the time with 2,500 seats, opened here, providing affordable after-hours entertainment for the people of Neukölln. The Palast was destroyed in the Second World War, and several attempts after the end of the war for cinema locations remained unsuccessful for a long time. Since 1996, the Rollberg Kino has been at home in the then newly built Kindl Boulevard. It is the longest-running cinema to operate in the history of the location.Since the 2010s, the cinema has pursued a consistent focus on films in the original version, with an expanded focus on English-subtitled films since 2018. Festivals and special events round out the program. And the horror film series Creepy Crypt, which calls every Saturday at a late hour, has meanwhile gained not only a cult following but also international recognition.No other cinema in Berlin shows such a wide selection of original versions, whether it's an arthouse gem or ambitious Hollywood production.

1927

The Mercedes Palast opens on the Hermanstraße entertainment mile, a gigantic 2,500-seat movie theater in the heart of the working-class district of Neukölln.

1951

The Europa Palast is built from ruins, a cinema with an initial 2,000 seats. The number of seats shrinks over the years due to several reconstructions, but cannot prevent the cinema's demise in the long run.

1969

Last show: the department store "Woolworth" takes over the building.

1992

The building is demolished. In its place, the Kindl Boulevard is built with stores and restaurants.

1996

Rollberg Kino opens in Kindl Boulevard.

2010

Rollberg switches exclusively to original versions. The offer is later supplemented by English subtitles for non-English speaking films.

2021

Two lockdowns are used to spruce up Rollberg's foyer.