• Friday 17 May 2019

    Lost film by pioneer Lois Weber to premiere at Eye International Conference

    The short film The Twins has been preserved as part of the Desmet collection at Eye Filmmuseum for decades, but has only recently been identified as one of the lost films from the oeuvre of Lois Weber, the first female American director, producer and screenwriter. The Twins (US, 1911) will be screened prior to The Women of Ryazan on 26th May at 20.30, with live musical accompaniment by Stephen...


  • Monday 8 April 2019
    Ingrid van Engelshoven, Meriem Bennani en Sandra den Hamer

    Meriem Bennani wins the Eye Art & Film Prize 2019

    On Thursday 4 April, during the annual Gala at Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, Meriem Bennani was announced the winner of the Eye Art & Film Prize 2019 by the Dutch Minister of Culture Ingrid van Engelshoven. The award comes with a GBP 25,000...

  • Friday 7 December 2018

    New Eye Artist and Scholar-in-Residence programme presented

    Following a long tradition of previous collaborations with renowned artists and academics Eye presents the 2018/2019 edition of the Eye Artist and Scholar-in-Residence programme. This programme which was first introduced in 2017 is by invitation...

  • Wednesday 10 October 2018

    Film Literacy Seminar: Exploring Visual Culture

    This October Cinekid, ECFA, Eye and FLICK are hosting the Film Literacy Seminar: Exploring Visual Culture in Amsterdam. The industry event is organised on Tuesday October 23rd. You can view the day's programme here. Film offers a wealth of...

  • Tuesday 2 October 2018
    Ex Machina

    Museumnacht 2018 in Eye

    Man and Machine will merge during Museum Night at Eye. Intelligent silicon chip implants and artificial intelligence as a formidable rival of the human brain; it has long ceased to be a distant reality only. Don’t be amazed to find Museum Night at...

  • Saturday 28 July 2018

    The Man Machine: Technologizing the human body and humanizing technology

    James Whale and David Cronenberg once presented dystopian visions of the future with Frankenstein and eXistenz, but the humanization of technology now seems a given. Have we cleared the final hurdle? Eye looks back and ahead with a programme on...