Film tour – Exploring Film Locations by Foot

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More than 100 years of exciting film history can be discovered in Potsdam. In addition to the Babelsberg film studio, there
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  • Filmmuseum in Potsdam, Photo: PMSG/ André Stiebitz
  • Old Market in Potsdam, Photo: PMSG/ André Stiebitz
  • Filmpark Babelsberg, Photo: PMSG/ Nadine Redlich
  • Film shoot in Potsdam, Photo: PMSG/ André Stiebitz
are numerous well-known film locations in the city centre and in the gardens of the palaces. On the way from Old Market to Sanssouci Park, you can follow on the footsteps of cinema films and series.



The Film Museum in Breite Strasse, which belongs to the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, brings the film-making process from script to film alive. Perfect for immersing yourself in film history. The surroundings of the museum play an important role in the film world: New Pleasure Ground, Old Market and New Market are present in the former Fridericus Rex films of the 1920s. Otto Gebühr played the great Prussian king so realistically that the people of Potsdam greeted him on the street as King Frederick. The St. Nicholas’ Church at the Old Market can be seen in the film “The Wave“ and the new German TV series “SOKO Potsdam“ was shot around the Dutch quarter. The brick-red quarter certainly also looks familiar to children as they remember “Lilly the Witch“. Many series fans will undoubtedly recall Claire Danes from the American TV series “Homeland“, where the Dutch Quarter becomes Amsterdam. A detour to the town hall in Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse is a must for crime fans. The building appears in “Polizeiruf 110“ and “Pfarrer Braun“. It continues to the Sanssouci Park, which has served as a backdrop several times. Konrad Wolf already shot “I was 19“ at the New Chambers in 1968 and Hollywood placed the Orangery Palace “Around the World in 80 Days“ in Istanbul.
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More than 100 years of exciting film history can be discovered in Potsdam. In addition to the Babelsberg film studio, there
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  • Filmmuseum in Potsdam, Photo: PMSG/ André Stiebitz
  • Old Market in Potsdam, Photo: PMSG/ André Stiebitz
  • Filmpark Babelsberg, Photo: PMSG/ Nadine Redlich
are numerous well-known film locations in the city centre and in the gardens of the palaces. On the way from Old Market to Sanssouci Park, you can follow on the footsteps of cinema films and series.



The Film Museum in Breite Strasse, which belongs to the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, brings the film-making process from script to film alive. Perfect for immersing yourself in film history. The surroundings of the museum play an important role in the film world: New Pleasure Ground, Old Market and New Market are present in the former Fridericus Rex films of the 1920s. Otto Gebühr played the great Prussian king so realistically that the people of Potsdam greeted him on the street as King Frederick. The St. Nicholas’ Church at the Old Market can be seen in the film “The Wave“ and the new German TV series “SOKO Potsdam“ was shot around the Dutch quarter. The brick-red quarter certainly also looks familiar to children as they remember “Lilly the Witch“. Many series fans will undoubtedly recall Claire Danes from the American TV series “Homeland“, where the Dutch Quarter becomes Amsterdam. A detour to the town hall in Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse is a must for crime fans. The building appears in “Polizeiruf 110“ and “Pfarrer Braun“. It continues to the Sanssouci Park, which has served as a backdrop several times. Konrad Wolf already shot “I was 19“ at the New Chambers in 1968 and Hollywood placed the Orangery Palace “Around the World in 80 Days“ in Istanbul.
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