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




this weeks new ent­ries*:

  • The life in Tehan pro­du­ced with the so-cal­led roto­sco­ping method: Tehe­ran Tabu
  • A radi­cal fai­ry­ta­le and Psy­cho­thril­ler with an impu­dent humor- Greg Zglinski’s Film Ani­mals – Stadt Land Tier

last weeks new ent­ries*:

  • Two fema­le Sol­di­ers and the decom­pres­si­on ses­si­ons in Die Welt sehen

    Aria­ne Labed, Soko

  • Cas­ting takes an unflin­ching look at the mur­ky dep­ths of human rela­ti­ons­hips dri­ven by power, pas­si­on and despe­ra­ti­on.

  • Micha­el Gla­wog­gers world tra­vel film, that Moni­ka Wil­li has finis­hed after Micha­el Gla­wog­gers sud­den death: Untit­led

Kör­per und See­le

*= „week” is meant as the „cine­ma-week”: Star­ting Thurs­day (like the new films)

New film ent­ry:

Die Spur
A film by Agnieszka Hol­land. Starts  Jan., 4th. at the fsk. In polish with ger­man sub­tit­les. Reti­red civil engi­neer Dus­ze­j­ko lives a seclu­ded life in a moun­tain vil­la­ge clo­se to the…

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