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With a network of 14 cinemas in Berlin, Yorck Kinogruppe is one of Europe's largest and oldest art house exhibitors.


Our highlights from the 79th Venice Film Festival

The Venice Film Festival kicks off cinema's peak season every September. Many hotly anticipated titles are celebrating their world premiere on the coast of Venice. And it's not just the stars and press who headed over to the Lido – a few members of the Yorck team were among the 2022 attendees as well.

Welcome back

Our cinemas are finally reopened as of July 1st, 2021. We're excited to welcome you back and eager to see what films you discover or rediscover in our cinemas.

Sustainability at Yorck: A Look Back, A Look Forward

No place on earth remains unaffected by climate change. Many films in our programming deal with the consequences for our planet and urge us to act. As art house cinemas, we have to consider our own environmental impact as well. In late 2019, a “sustainability task force” was formed to advance Yorck’s efforts in this field. We chat with Lucie Morvan, Yorck’s Head of Operations, and Marcel Danner, a member of the sustainability task force.

Liked reviews

A cute film to wrap up my wonderful experiences exploring Berliner Kinos this past year. So much gratitude and appreciation for independent theaters all across Berlin. The In The Mood series hosted at Neues Off Kino has been one of my favorite ongoing curated series 🤩 

Until next time ✍🏽

This was...hilarious? Like comedy of the year hilarious? I might be going insane but it's ridiculous in all the right ways. Kinda falls off a cliff *pause for laughter* but I was happy to be along for the bonkers ride.

Ich wusste erstaunlich wenig über das was mir hier geboten wurde und war dann von dem teilweiße etwas richtungslosen Filmerlebnis erst verunsichert und dann plötzlich zunehmend involvierter. Die Ausgangslage ist sehr typisch, die Figuren Anfangs sehr KDrama/FilmNoir angeglichen, aber die visuelle und sensuelle Qualität - auch und insbesondere durch die beiden fantastischen Hauptdarsteller - treibt den Film selbst durch narrative Leerläufe. Eventuell verpasse ich als westlicher Zuschauer bestimmte Signale oder ich muss in einem Rewatch mehr erhaschen, aber ich vermute…

Gotta separate the Tár from the Tártist.

So gut und sensitiv-intensiv wie beim ersten Mal. Schon irgendwie essayartig abgearbeitet, aber auch menschlich so stark eingefangen.
Kinder super stark, möchte trotzdem keine. Kore-edas koreanisches Werk Broker in zwei Wochen dann, der kann nicht genauso so stark sein eigentlich!

well, there goes that dream.

I wish almost all period films were like this: not about any particular real events but rather an invented, simple story with the context, culture and language authentic to the time and place. Tackling familiar (and less familiar) historical events beat by beat leads most often to dull schlock, and for whatever reason, it is one of the most popular kind of movie and TV show right now. Though the general story here felt timeless and like it could be…

This film comes up slowly, beded in the wonderful colors and landscapes of Ireland. And grabs you at the latest after half time running in the neck and does not let go, even until a day past watching. Great acting by the entire cast. A candidate for a second visit to the cinema.