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.