Deutsche Kinemathek Museum fur Film und Fernsehen, Berlin

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Opened in 1963, Deutsche Kinemathek Museum fur Film und Fernsehen has more than 13,000 German and foreign films in its archive, as well as an impressive collection of posters, scripts, and film stills. Learn all about the evolution of film in this modern museum. Enter through a disconcerting hall of mirrors that makes you feel as if you have just stepped in the famous German film "Metropolis." Get an overview of the history of filmmaking, then explore the various parts of the museum. A large exhibit pays homage to actress Marlene Dietrich, displaying many of her costumes, letters, and personal affairs. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Deutsche Kinemathek Museum fur Film und Fernsehen and many more Berlin attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Berlin itinerary maker.
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  • There was a science fiction film exhibition included on the same ticket and it was fantastic! The television and film museum was very interesting with many exhibits and stories. Many clips from German...  more »
  • The film Museum is housed in the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz. You could keep it from the outside for extensive. The permanent exhibition focuses on the German film history. In itself, it is good and interesting made. It is however relatively quickly, less than 2 hours will be sufficient. Some rooms have more worth show, like the room with the large metropolis picture on the wall, and less an informative. The Sci-Fi show (until April 2017) was quite manageable and rather few original exhibits. Many projector operations with short snippets to SF movies, each for a particular topic were the replacement. The visitors lead was not unclear. The spread on 3 floors the visit lasted longer than otherwise necessary. Photography is prohibited in all exhibitions.
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  • I loved the course with the screens reflecting in mirrors. Excerpts from classic movies (Metropolis..) and various exhibitions. Admission free on Thursday from 4 pm, leaving you under the roof of the Sony center. Photos possible.
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