By film fans for film fans

Although Cinema has been around since 1975, making it Germany’s oldest film magazine, it has a very young and male target audience. Every month, Cinema presents detailed discussions of the most important films and series available in German cinemas, on streaming portals (VoD) and on DVD and Blu-Ray. Thanks to correspondents with many years of Hollywood experience, Cinema has excellent contacts with the major studios, key movers and shakers and all international stars. This gives Cinema access to behind-the-scenes material before anyone else and allows it to conduct exclusive interviews. 

Cinema is part of the Golden Globe Award jury and presents the annual Jupiter Award. Germany’s biggest audience film prize honours not just notable Hollywood stars, but also the leading lights of the German and European film scene.

In addition to the monthly magazine, a website, videos and podcasts, TV series guides, calendars, events and organized group trips for readers complete the brand portfolio.

Links: Cinema, Cinema on Facebook, SerienmagazinJupiter Award, Jupiter Award on Facebook, subscription shop, advertising service, BurdaNews


Philipp Schulze, editor-in-chief, Cinema, SerienMagazin

Philipp Schulze, editor-in-chief, Cinema, SerienMagazin

Division BurdaNews
Managing director Burkhard Graßmann
Editor in charge Philipp Schulze
Headquarters Hamburg
Frequency Monthly
Price €5.50
Published since 1975
Reach 0.39 million readers (ma 2019/II)
Paid circulation 28,798 (IVW II/2019)
Head of publishing Nina von Rheinbaben
Senior brand manager Lars Zeschke
Cinema news
Pure passion

Philipp Schulze, editor-in-chief of Germany’s big film magazine Cinema, talks about his passion for film, memorable encounters, analysing James Bond and getting goosebumps.

Jupiter Award 2017

Cinema and TV Spielfilm presented the 38th Jupiter Award, the audience film prize. The winning actors and producers collected their awards at Berlin’s “Moskau” café.

Cinema and Amazon cooperate for streaming special „Best of Amazon Prime Video“

Burda’s film magazine Cinema publishes the special „Best of Amazon Prime Video“ together with Amazon.

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Philipp Schulze, editor-in-chief, Cinema, SerienMagazin