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Kino Intimes

Kino Intimes

The name of the little cinema in the heart of Friedrichshain says it all! With round about 80 seats it’s one of the smallest cinemas in Berlin.

The cinema in Berlin-Friedrichshain has been founded in 1909. Back then it only had 15 seats and was called differently. But with its 100+ years it’s looking back on quite some cinematic times. Kino Intimes still offers a cosy 1970s atmosphere. Nowadays the cinema is still very small, but at least offers about 80 seats. It also boasts a tile stove of yesteryear radiating cosy warmth on cold days – perfect to snuggle up comfortably in your seat. There are little tables between some of the seats on which you can put your bag of porcorn - no need to balance it on your knees. The technology though is up-to-date. A new digital screen and other technical devices were installed in 2014.

Right next to the cinema at the family-friendly Café Intimes you can enjoy a great Sunday Brunch.

Insider’s tip: Because of its limited space you should make a reservation if you’re planning to visit Kino Intimes with a bigger group of people.

Editors' rating





Ø 4.25


Kino Intimes

Boxhagener Straße 107
10245 Berlin




Business hours

  • Daily: 04:00 pm - 11:00pm

Important information

  • Price Level: Adults: 6.90 Euro, children (under 12): 4.90 Euro


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