fsk KinoThe fsk cine­ma is an inde­pen­dent Arthouse-Film-Theat­re in Ber­lin Kreuz­berg



Ber­lins Best 2012: most ambi­tious cine­ma
Real, pure Arthouse – the­re is no place for main­stream-raff­le at the fsk-cine­ma in Ber­lin-Kreuz­berg. The abbre­via­ti­on fsk stands for „Flug­zeug Ses­sel Kino” (Air­pla­ne seat cine­ma),. that’s becau­se in for­mer times the cine­ma had out of ser­vice air­pla­ne seats.
The right place for peop­le who seek  unex­pec­ted dis­co­ve­ries of films from all over the world and usual­ly in the ori­gi­nal lan­guage with sub­tit­les. Films that are most likely to be slight­ly unamen­ab­le or distant, to let the audi­ence find their own asso­cia­ti­ons.

One of the top‑3 Ber­lin Cine­mas?
(…) The FSK am Ora­ni­en­platz. It’s in wal­king distance and I just choo­se from what’s on. That’s the oppo­si­te to home-cine­ma: I don’t plan, I dis­co­ver. (…)
(Chris­ti­an Pet­zold in a Tages­spie­gel-Inter­view 2014)


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