Whether it’s blockbusters or independent films, movie fans will discover in Nuremberg not only one of the largest and most modern film palaces in Europe, but many small art houses and cinemas, whose programs mix premieres, classics from the history of films and retrospectives with movies from other countries and cultures.
From small-town film house to ultra-modern cinema city
As they say: “There’s life in the old dog yet”. Despite home entertainment and DVDs, movie fans have enthusiastically streamed back into theaters since the opening of the modern Nuremberg film centers Cinecittà and the Admiral Filmpalast. With a clear concept, each of Nuremberg’s cinemas have created a delighted fan base in their own niche – whether it’s with lively gastronomic offerings, live events, sophisticated art house films, themed evenings, 3D technology, a nostalgic vintage look or simply cult films from the trash and horror box.
The Admiral Filmpalast has 5 cinema auditoriums and is located in the heart of Nuremberg.read more
The Casablanca is an institution in Nuremberg. Since its opening in 2009 the "cinema with courage" has been offering cinema programs off...read more
CINECITTA´ is Germany‘s largest cinema complex with 23 cinema auditoriums, 5000 m2 of foyer space, three restaurants as well as various...read more
The city-owned Filmhaus satisfies fans of ambitious filmmaking. The theater, located in the Künstlerhaus of the city of Nuremberg, offers a...read more
Since its opening as Nuremberg’s first art house cinema, the Meisengeige has lost none of its very special charm. Here you can indulge...read more
Two theaters with nostalgic small-town film house flair and a cozy bar await movie buffs and party people at the Nuremberg Metropolis.read more
The Roxy is the first and only foreign language cinema in the region.
Films are screened in their original language predominantly...read more