Wednesday Night Cinema

Start: 6 p.m., admission: 8 euros

Organist and screen in dark cinema with audience

From November to February, it's movie time at the MIM. On the program are classics of silent films. They are accompanied by live music played by on the museum’s Mighty Wurlitzer theater organ, which was purchased by Werner Ferdinand von Siemens in the year 1929. It is the largest instrument of its type in continental Europe and has four manuals, 1228 pipes and more than 200 stops. It also incorporates a large number of percussion and special-effects instruments.

Poster in beige and gray. Skyscrapers are piled up to form a mountain, with red lettering above them.

The Big Screen. Film Posters of All Time

In the 2023/24 season, three films are on the program that refer to the exhibition "The Big Screen. Film Posters of All Time" exhibition at the Kunstbibliothek der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin: Fritz Lang's Metropolis from 1925/26, Buster Keaton, Battling Butler from 1926, and Asphalt by Joe May from 1929. The exhibition can be seen from November 3, 2023 to March 3, 2024 in the exhibition hall of the Kulturforum, opening hours: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm, Thu 10am-8pm. Further information can be found at:

Wednesday Cinema 2023/24

22 November 2023
Das Flötenkonzert von Sanssouci
Deutschland, 1930

13 Dezember 2023
Deutschland, 1925

17 Januar 2024
Buster Keaton, Battling Butler
USA, 1926 (with English Titles)

21 Februar 2024
Deutschland, 1929

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