Anyone who has an interest in German film or film in general will find lots of fascinating exhibits in this museum. The entire history of German cinema is documented in rare film clips from the silent era up to the present. One wing is devoted to the legendary Marlene Dietrich, a native Berliner who catapulted to international fame in 1930 in Josef von Sternberg’s “Der Blaue Engel” (“The Blue Angel”) and went on to become Germany’s only major star in Hollywood. The fascinating Marlene memorabilia includes photos, costumes, props, letters, and documents. You need at least an hour here.
Deutsche Kinemathek Museum für Film und Fernsehen (German Film and Television Museum)
Sony Center, Potsdamer Strasse 2
Our Rating Hours Tues–Sun 10am–6pm (Thurs until 8pm) Phone 030/3009030 Prices Admission 6€ adults; 4.50€ students, seniors, and children 15 and under Web site Deutsche Kinemathek Museum für Film und Fernsehen (German Film and Television Museum) Other U-/S-Bahn: Potsdamer Platz
MapSony Center, Potsdamer Strasse 2 Berlin
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