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SAVOY movie theatre Hamburg
Steindamm 54
20099 Hamburg


Our box office opening hours

Our house opens 30 min before the first screening.
Our ticket counter closes 30 min after the start of the last screening.

Guest hotline

040 / 284 093 628

You will reach us 30 minutes after the start of the first screening (no reservations)

Please find frequently asked questions in our FAQ

Public transport

Hauptbahnhof Süd


U1, U3



Hamburg Hauptbahnhof

S 1, 11, 2, 21, 3, 31

6 min walking distance

Berliner Tor

HVV Information

U2, U3, U4, S1, S2, S11, S21

9 min walking distance

Parking facilities



Parking with parking ticket 3€ / hr.
From 10 pm free of charge

Welcome to your SAVOY Filmtheater Hamburg

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With its heavy stage curtains, the special atmosphere and the light show, the Savoy Filmtheater is reminiscent of the great days of movie theaters. Our service team will be happy to pamper you in the spacious foyer to get you in the mood or to wind down!
Then make yourself comfortable in one of the leather chairs and experience films in the original English version - and in the best 4K picture and sound quality.

On one of the largest screens in Northern Germany with the most powerful and brightest projection system you see movies differently.


Our large hall has a top-class sound system. Every single loudspeaker is designed in such a way that you enjoy an excellent sound in every seat.

Modern, digital projection technology with 4K_laser projection offers you real film enjoyment - naturally also in 3D - on one of the largest screens in Hamburg (16.35 x 6.85 m) .

 In addition, an LED light show in front of the main film ensures authentic nostalgia cinema.


With us, great cinema begins even before the film: in our spacious foyer you can hand in your checkroom and get in the mood for the film at our bar.

Whether a coffee speciality, Cocktail, Wine, Beer or soft drink: All Drinks may be drunk in the cinema auditorium.

Enjoy films in the original English version, without subtitles, sneak previews, theater and concert broadcasts, cult film events, Fantasy Filmfest and many other special events.

70mm projection

When the Savoy first opened in 1957 it caused a sensation by using the then-brand-new Todd-AO technology and was thus considered the "most modern film theatre in Europe". 
Todd-AO is a high-resolution, widescreen 70mm format, giving the audience the feeling of sitting right in the middle of the action. lt was named after its inventor Michael Todd, who had, in partnership with the American Optical Company (AO), developed the technology in the 1950s. Wide-angle lenses were used to shoot on 65mm negative film, from which 70mm copies were made that were then projected onto a large and strongly curved screen (2.2:1). The image quality of these films can reach resolutions of up to 16K in full format. 

However, the production of Todd-AO films is very expensive which is why the technology is rarely used anymore. 
Today, 70mm films have experienced a resurgence, mainly due to directors such as Quentin Tarantino or Christopher Nolan, who prominently released 70mm films in the 2010s.

And so the Savoy, too, followed its own tradition and reinstalled a 70mm proJector in 2015, 2 years after its reopening. To this day, the Savoy remains one of only a handful of cinemas in Germany able to project 70mm film - and the only one in Hamburg. When Quentin Tarantino, who traditionally still shoots all of his films on actual film, decided to shoot his 2015 film The Hateful Eight entirely an 65mm film, the Savoy was one of only four cinemas in Germany to show it in 70mm. 

Since then, various films have been released and shown at the Savoy in 70mm: Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk as weil as Murder on the Orient Express in 2017 and Joker in 2019. "Tenet," Nolan's last film, was a huge box office success as the first major blockbuster in the Corona pandemic. In 2022 starts Paul Thomas Andersons "Licorice Pizza".

But also film classics such as Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958) or Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) had a 70mm revival at the Savoy - a list to be continued. 

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