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Where Berlin - - WINTER WONDERS -

You might not think the English speaker would be spoilt for choice when it comes to cin­e­matic se­lec­tion in the Ger­man cap­i­tal, but Berlin’s art house and in­de­pen­dent cin­e­mas of­fer many scree­ings of new and clas­sic films in English. Kino Arse­nal (Pots­damer Str. 2, www.arse­nal-berlin.de) off Pots­damer Platz has a daily pro­gram of qual­ity in­ter­na­tional works that are of­ten in English or played with English sub­ti­tles, and the Deutsche Kine­mathek Film and TV Mu­seum at the same ad­dress will teach you more about what you’ve just watched. Across town, Friedrichshain’s DDR-era Kino In­ter­na­tional (Karl-Marx-Allee 33, www.kino-in­ter­na­tional.com), with its dra­matic, retro glass façades, screens both main­stream movies and film fes­ti­val con­tenders, as well as a gay and les­bian film se­ries on Mon­days.

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