FIVE MINUTES, MISS DIETRICH!

EXPLORE MORE THAN 100 YEARS OF GERMAN FILMMAKING AT BERLIN MUSEUM


The Iron Curtain may have fallen, but they’re raising another kind of curtain at the FILM MUSEUM BERLIN, a state-of-the-art institution devoted to the rich history of German film. Through an extraordinary collection of cinematic souvenirs and memorabilia, the museum takes you on a tour of more than 100 years of German filmmaking, paying tribute to such luminaries as Billy Wilder, Werner Herzog, and Klaus Kinski. Three entire rooms are devoted to the Marlene Dietrich Collection, which is so expansive it needs space of its own. Potsdamer Strasse 2; 011-49-30-300-903-0 or www.filmmuseum-berlin.de