Lichtspiele Kalk is an independent cinema with an 87-seat screening room. Lichtspiele not only shows contemporary movies, but also children’s and classic movies. For example, I went to see Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow-Up (1966) and Isabella Eklöf’s Holiday (2018) in this cinema. Lichtspiele also rents the screening room for private events.
Lichtspiele lobby is advertised with the lovely 1-min musical “Let’s All Go to the Lobby” (1957). The lobby has retro furnishings and includes a snack bar where you can of course buy popcorn and usual drinks, but also craft beers from the local brewery BrewSistas. If you want to eat something before or after watching a movie in Lichtspiele, I would recommend either the Japanese Vegan Restaurant Nobiko (booking is essential) or the Café Villa Kalka, which are both within walking distance from the cinema.
To get there, either take the tramlines 1 or 9 to Kalk Post or Kalk Kapelle, or the S-Bahn 12, 13, or 19 to Trimbornstraße.