Kant Kino
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Kant Kino

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Founded in 1912, the Kant Kino is one of the oldest cinemas in the city. An eventful history accompanies the house since then. Many of our older guests have made their first cinema experiences here. Since 2002, the Kant Kino has been run by Gerhard Groß, the operator of the Hackesche Höfe Kino. Since June 2011 it has been part of the Yorck Kinogruppe. European arthouse cinema as well as German cinematic art, German and international documentaries, U.S. independents and testimonies of artistic filmmaking from all over the world form the multi-layered program of the house. We also pay special attention to children's and school cinema. We take part in the Children's Cinema Calendar, a screening ring between several Berlin cinemas. Here, challenging children's films ranging from classics to current productions are shown on a monthly basis. The school cinema offers a diverse selection of films that are suitable for viewing with a class or seminar group due to their subject matter or quality. Good films, good cinema - more than twenty people, many of them full-time, work on this 364 days a year. We look forward to your next visit!

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