Prinzenallee 59
13359 Berlin

Email: info(at)

Office hours:
Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Only by appointment!

N 52°33’28.152“
O 13°23’6.288“

U8 Pankstrasse
Tram M13 oder 50 Osloer Str./ Prinzenallee
Bus M27 Prinzenallee/ Soldiner Str.



Haus der Statistik - Haus B
Otto-Braun-Str. 72
10178 Berlin

From September 2020 on

U2, U5, U8 Alexanderplatz
S3, S5, S7, S9
M1, M4, M5, M6



The hygiene policy for Sinema Transtopia conforms to the third SARS-CoV-2 Containment Measures Directive and the specifics of the cinema premises.

We ask visitors with acute respiratory diseases to refrain from going to the cinema. Against the background of the corona pandemic, cinema operations can only take place in compliance with the 2G-model: 

Admission to our indoor events is limited to individuals who are fully vaccinated or considered recovered. Digitally readable vaccination or convalescent certificates must be presented as proof (such as via the federal government's Corona Warn app or the Robert Koch Institute's CovPass app. Printed QR codes are also digitally verifiable).

Children under the age of 18 may attend events if they test negative (from 6 years on). The same applies to persons who cannot be vaccinated against the coronavirus for medical reasons and can prove this by means of a medical certificate or maternity passport. However, these persons must present a negative PCR test.

Sinema Transtopia opens 30 minutes before the start of the film to prevent larger crowds at the entrance and provide enough time for admission while maintaining the minimum distance.

Ticketing system: To minimize the crowds in the foyer, tickets cannot be purchased at the box office. Tickets can only be purchased via the online ticketing system on the bi'bak website. In order to ensure the minimum distance between visitors, only seated tickets can be sold. Seating is allocated and binding. Consequently, one can unfortunately not choose their own seating.  Cinemagoers are admitted through contactless scanning of the tickets purchased online. 

Documenting Attendance: Due to the existing obligation to documentate visitors with contact tracking information, all visitors are required to enter their first and last name, full address, telephone number, day and time of the event attended, and seat number. 

This documenting of the attendance is carried out via the online ticketing system in compliance with the guidelines of the German Data Protection Ordinance (DSGVO) and is deleted four weeks after the end of the event. The data will only be handed over to the appropriate authority on request if a person is suspected of having been infectious at the time of the event, in line with the infection protection law.

Exiting the cinema: In order to maintain the social distancing rules, one can exit the cinema through the emergency exit.

Distance markings: Floor markings in front of the bar as well as directly in front of the entrance to the cinema make sure that the social distancing measures are observed when queuing, entering and inside the building. 

Seating: In order to maintain the minimum distance of 1.50 m, individual seats will be marked off. As a result, there can unfortunately only be a limited number of seats available in a row.

Ventilation: The cinema room is well ventilated due to the open construction and the generous space available on site at the Haus der Statistik. Built-in ventilators serve for regular ventilation of the auditorium and ventilate the room with fresh air directly from outside.

Toilets: The social distancing rules also apply in the toilets. Sufficient liquid soap will be available.

Note: The official requirements regarding social distancing rules do not apply to spouses or life partners, members of one’s household and to persons for whom a right of custody and access exists.