Märry Kristmas Kino – Street Food | Cinema | Art & Design Market

Märry Kristmas Kino – Street Food | Cinema | Art & Design Market

Mobile Kino invites you to join some of Berlin’s favourite food trucks, designers and artists as we celebrate the Christmas season together. Enjoy a mug of Glühwein while roaming through the design market. Or grab yourself some popcorn and catch one of our Christmas classics on a big screen.

Mobile Kino & Urban Spree present a full Christmas market with three areas including an indoor 100 seat cinema, an art and design corner, and a winter garden filled with food trucks, heaters, bonfires and lighting displays.

| Street Food, Art & Design Market |

Thursday December 10th – Saturday December 12th, 2015 @ Urban Spree

Market Opening Times:
10.12 Thursday 17.00 – 24.00
11.12 Friday 17.00 – 24.00
12.12 Saturday 12.00 – 1.00

Market: Entry by donation
Cinema Tickets: 5€ / screening

| Märry Kristmas Kino – Programme |

Home Alone (English with German subtitles)
Friday 11th of December – 18:00
Saturday 12th of December – 16:00, 20:00

Kevin – Allein zu Haus (German Version)
Saturday 12th of December – 12:00

Gremlins (English with German subtitles)
Friday 11th of December – 21:45
Saturday 12th of December – 18:00

Scrooged (English with German subtitles)
Friday 11th of December – 20:00

The Nightmare Before Christmas (English with German subtitles)
Saturday 12th of December – 14:00

| Street Food |

Bunsmobile
PIC NIC 34
Born Again Chicken
Tartatata
La Cuina Gourmet Food
Maria Maria Arepas
Chutnify
TATAS
Bourbon Dogs
Orlando – Sicilian Food of Happiness

| Art & Design Market |

Urban Spree – Art & Design Shop
Serigraffeur
Aufschnitt
The Black Sheep Army
Schwesterherz & Küchenliebe
Crazy Bastard Sauce
Moonkid
Rag And Bone Man
The Missing Button
Pink Cadillac

| Vintage Clothing Market |
Rag And Bone Man

| Event Info |

….More to come!

1920’s Pipe Organ Nirvana Cover

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDHxUeLRRTM[/youtube]During the preview screening of “Cobain: Montage of Heck” Mobile Kino invited Berlin based organist Anna Vavilkina to play the fully restored pipe organ which was originally installed in 1929. As a special surprise Vavilkina played a cover of this famous Nirvana tune.

The Last Projectionist

I gained my love of film at an early age. During my High School years
my first job was as an usher at the local cinema. I would rip tickets
and clean up popcorn and wander from cinema to cinema collecting
snippets of memories from different scenes from every film we played.
After the shift I would head up to the projection room and learn the
tricks of the trade from the projectionist. He taught me everything
there is to know about 35mm projection. When I graduated High School I
moved to the nearest big city and found work as projectionist while
failing to study.
Working as a projectionist has its ups and downs. Eight hour shifts
are spent alone in the small, dark projection room with only the
constant murmurs from the projectors to keep you company. Unless
you’re Tyler Durden and have 35mm porn available to splice into family
films the job is actually quite boring. The upsides come though when
the movies have finished and the patrons have gone home leaving you as
the only person in the building. With a whole cinema and bar at my
disposal and the entire catalogue of films to chose from I would
routinely host private screenings. With the front doors locked and the
lights turned out I would sit alone or with selected friends while
watching any film I chose. Night after night, to all hours of the
morning I would watch every film that came through the cinema program.
It was during this time when I first saw my favourite film and this
week’s Mobile Kino feature. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.
Bill Murray as Steve Zissou instantly made me smile and I was hooked.
During the first screening I had many friends and fellow Wes Anderson
fans joining me for the after hour viewing. I loved the film so much
that I invited everybody back the following night for a repeat
screening. Night after night I locked the front doors, laced up the
35mm projector, popped a bottle of wine and screened the
oceanographers bizzar adventures. After the third screening I found
myself alone. I didn’t care, I watched it until the film was riddled
with over-usage scratches. It only gave the movie more character.

Alone or with your company, I will again screen The Life Aquatic for
this week’s Mobile Kino.