More than just cinema - of course the cinema Boizenburg offers you current movies, documentaries and children's films. But also for other culture enthusiasts a visit is worthwhile - whether concert, reading or cabaret, here is something for everyone! A "film café" and "stroller cinema" are also offered regularly.
The cinema Boizenburg has a long history: In 1932 it was opened as "Boizenburger Lichtspiele". Completely rebuilt as early as 1936, the cinema received its facade, which has hardly changed to this day. The cinema continued to operate during the war and even after the construction of the Berlin Wall, and the 360 seats in the auditorium were often full. In 1990, the managing district film office in Schwerin was dissolved, and a short time later, the final closure of the building due to dilapidation brought the final end. Then, in 1996, a Berlin investor had the courage to completely rebuild the cinema into a 2-screen cinema. But the investor went bankrupt - the dream of a cinema in Boizenburg was over? It is thanks to some far-sighted Boizenburg residents that the idea that the town could run the cinema itself became reality in 2002: The building was bought back from the bankruptcy estate and the current manager was hired. Since Friday, December 13, 2002, the cinema, now called "Kino-Boizenburg," has been open 365 days a year. But that is not all. From the very beginning, the new manager had the vision of developing the cinema into a cultural center for the town. Shortly after the cinema began operating, the first live concerts, readings and discussion events were held at the Kino-Boizenburg. The Kino-Club Boizenburg e.V., founded in 2003, soon developed into a cultural association of the town, which now also operates the culture and museum ship MINNA in Boizenburg harbor. In addition, BoizeKino GmbH is a partner of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve River Landscape Elbe and actively promotes sustainable regional development in the biosphere region.