Film Museum Berlin

Museum für Film und Fernsehen Deutsche kinemathek

Potsdamer Straße 2, Berlin, 10785
Admission: EUR 7
Late Opening
Good for Kids

Opening Times

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 1000 - 1800
Wednesday: 1000 - 1800
Thursday: 1000 - 2000
Friday: 1000 - 1800
Saturday: 1000 - 1800
Sunday: 1000 - 1800
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Tube : Potsdamer Platz (U and S-Bahn)

The Deutsche Kinemathek officially opened in February 1963 and over the decades, had meticulously put together an extensive collection of films, documents and equipment.

The City State of Berlin acquired this collection and then handed it over to the new institution for its preservation and use and has indexed everything related to film history and technology, cinema and, to a certain extent, television.

The permanent exhibition focuses on its two defining media – film and television – from their origins to the present. A section is dedicated to Hollywood and another to German actress Marlene Dietrich.

Since 2000 – as Filmmuseum Berlin – there is a permanent exhibition film with a part of its collections. Special exhibitions complete the program.

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Past exhibitions at Film Museum Berlin - now closed:
… and Action! How are Films and Television Made? 29th May 2014 - 26th Jun 2015
Bernd Eichinger... Everything is Cinema 28th Jun 2013 - 6th Oct 2013
Bigger Than Life. Ken Adam’s Film Design 11th Dec 2014 - 17th May 2015
The Unseen Seen A Photo Project by Reiner Riedler 21st Jan 2014 - 27th Apr 2014