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Family Film
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106 min
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FSK 0
Otfried Preußler's classic children's book on the big screen... Read more
DF
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Was man von hier aus sehen kann

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103 min
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Based on the successful novel... Read more
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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
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Oscars 2023
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105 min
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FSK 12
Oscar Nomination for Best International Film... Read more
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About

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The founding cinema of the Yorck Group stands for everything we believe in: stylish cinema culture with excellent technical equipment, seating comfort and visual freedom, plus first-class, hand-picked films.

Accessibility

accessibilityNot accessible
Foyer: Only accessible via stairs.
Halls: Only accessible via stairs.
Address
Yorckstraße 86 10965 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Telephone
030 322 931 322
Mail
hilfe@yorck.de
Public Transport
U6, U7: Mehringdamm

History

In 1978, Georg Kloster and Knut Steenwerth, together with Manfred Salzgeber and Christian Meincke, saved the local cinema from imminent closure. With an ambitious program, the cinema experienced a rapid upswing in admissions. The lively attendance also ensured that a number of pubs were established in the immediate vicinity on Yorckstrasse, which for a time formed part of the so-called "Trampelpfad" for night owls. In addition to arthouse films and independent U.S. productions, Berlin's largest youth film programming runs here every morning. The Yorck theater is still popular with audiences not only because of its outstanding selection of films - its wonderfully comfortable cinema seats are also legendary and a "tangible" success factor for an enjoyable movie night.

1953

The Yorck Kino opens in the listed building ensemble Riehmers Hofgarten.

1978

The cinema is threatened with closure. Georg Kloster and Knut Steenwerth decide to take over together with Manfred Salzgeber and Christian Meincke.

1980

Over a period of two years, the cinema is converted into a 2-screen cinema.

2012

The Yorck goes digital.

2021

The cinema's foyer gets a fresh coat of paint and further renovations.