Z-inema & Z Bar

Bergstrasse 2, Mitte,
Berlin 10115

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Z-inema & Z Bar

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Located in former East Berlin, in the Mitte district. The building was originally a bakery, the front part of which was converted into a bar in 1992. In September 2000, the bakery at the rear was converted into a 35 seat cinema as a hobby by its owner Thomas Wind.

Named the Z-inema, after the name of the bar which has a red neon ‘Z’ as its sign. Projection is 16mm and the Z-inema screen classic films, many silent and rareley seen films, often borrowed from private collections.

The Z-inema opens twice a week; every Sunday is ‘classic’ films from the 1920’s to 1970’s and every Wednesday is rare German film night, often screening independent productions and some projected via DVD projection.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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KenRoe
KenRoe on June 14, 2008 at 3:40 pm

Some details (in German) and photographs of the Z-inema here:
http://www.kinokompendium.de/zinema.htm

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