Free openair cinema shows film about German history

Every evening a film about the history of democracy in Germany is shown on the façade of the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus.

Free openair cinema shows film about German history
Free openair cinema show

Every evening in summer you can watch a film for free in the government district and outside in the evening. Every day, when darkness sets in, a film, light and sound projection takes place on the façade of the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders House near the Reichstag in the center of Berlin.


The film "Dem deutschen Volke - Eine parlamentarische Spurensuche. From the Reichstag to the Bundestag". The 30-minute film tells the story of parliamentarianism in Germany and the Reichstag building in Berlin and shows important milestones and emotional events in German parliamentary history. The film begins with the imperial era at the end of the 19th century, follows the parliamentary development in the Weimar period and leads through the darkest period after the National Socialist takeover.


  • When 25. Juni bis 03. Oktober 2018
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Where: Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus (The audience area is located on Friedrich-Ebert-Platz on the southern bank of the Spree)
  • The admission is free.
  • It is in German, but with English subtitle.
  • Start: from 25th of June at 22:15, from 16th of July at 22:00, from 30th of July at 21:45, from 13th of August at 21:15, from 3rd of September at 20:45 and from 17th of September at 20:15


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