For independent and arts, cineasts come and gather together in a hidden backyard at 3001. It’s also for those who are tired of mainstream arts. There are International movies being shown in at least 5 different languages mainly with subtitles.
The 3001 Cinema is accessible at ground level and wheelchair friendly. The opening hours depend on the weekly/monthly program!
They don’t sell popcorn, but you can buy other snacks as well as non/-or alcoholic beverages (they have organic teas). The chairs are all at the same level and it can be a bit annoying, if tall people are sitting in front of you blocking your view.
Another rare plus, “Meyers treasure box” for all who would like to make their own cinema program. How it works: You determine the movie and a date (preferably on a Sunday at 11:00 clock) and 3001 will screen the ordered movie/-s. You can invite max. 90 friends (they have 91 seats). The whole thing will cost you only € 80 for two hours.
The Latin Filmfestival is back in full swing from December 5 till the 18th – 11 documentaries and feature films from Argentina, Guatemala, Ecuador, Cuba, Mexico and Chile are shown.
It’s located right in the heart of my favorite neighborhood and close to my residential area, could say my second living room in regard of foreign-language movies (especially spanish).
Cinema lovers with little travel dimes, should ask for the discounted admission price (€ 5.50) even if you are not a student.