Cinemas

Saarbrücken is a city with a passion for cinema. In addition to the städtisches Filmhaus (city movie house), there are art house cinemas and a further three film theatres.

 Filmhaus

Filmhaus (movie house)

Local film culture has found itself a firm place in Saarbrücken in the Filmhaus in Mainzer Straße.

Address

Filmhaus
Mainzer Straße 8
66111 Saarbrücken

Phone: +49 681 399297
Fax: +49 681 374556
E-mail: filmhaus@saarbruecken.de
Website: www.filmhaus-saarbruecken.de

Kino 8 1/2

Kino 8 1/2

The workshop cinema with its own special atmosphere in the Kultur-und Werkhof in the popular Nauwieser quarter.

Address

Kino Achteinhalb
Nauwieserstr. 19
66111 Saarbrücken

Phone: +49 681 3908880
E-mail: info@kinoachteinhalb.de
Website: http://www.kinoachteinhalb.de

Publikum (Foto: Pavel Losevsky/fotolia)

Camera zwo

Based on the name of the art house cinema on the Berliner Promenade that has long become part of history, the Camera zwo offers a commercial art house programme.

Address

Camera Zwo
Futterstr. 7
66111 Saarbrücken

Phone: +49 681 32527

Cinema Passage

Passage and UT-Kinos

Enjoy up-to-the-minute premieres of impressive quality in downtown Saarbrücken. The Passagekino received a THX licence with distinction from Lucasfilm.

Address

Passage Kino
Bahnhofstraße 82
66111 Saarbrücken

Cinestar (© Oliver Dietze)

CineStar

Cinema enjoyment in technically first-rate equipped projection rooms with a large programme selection of current films in the Multiplex cinema CineStar.

Address

Cinestar
St. Johanner Straße 61
66111 Saarbrücken

(© Sebastian Woithe)

Max Ophüls Prize film festival

The only new generation festival in the German-speaking world is held in January every year. The Max Ophüls Prize has become established throughout Germany and as one of the most prestigious of its kind.

More information about the festival (in German)