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This was one of our must visit places during our stay in Potsdam. The ground floor of the building has a permanent exhibition with many audio visual displays - it would be easy to spend a whole day watching film snippets. At the far end...More
Movie making can be likened to flirting with one or more cameras aimed at you where you are trying to show off your best or worst sides or brightest or saddest moods in a make believe or realistic setting - dramatic, comedy, or something in...More
I am a Professor of Film History, and was disappointed by the lack of historical material on UFA and the Weimar. I enjoyed the exhibit on dance in film, but wanted a more academic experience all in all.
An great little museum in the heart of Potsdam, showing the city's history in the film museum, with items from films such a Inglourious Basterds, V for Vendetta, and many, many, other films. Worth a visit if you area in the area and you are...More
I was only made aware of this museum as I'd heard it was used by Quentin Tarantino while making his famous film Inglourious Basterds. It was a pleasant surprise in the end. Lots of interesting information to read, some good photos and costumes, and most...More