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  • Friday 2 June 2017

    Karel Dibbets, one of the most prominent historians of Dutch film, has died.

    Karel Dibbets (1947) passed away on 28 May. Dibbets, who worked at the University of Amsterdam until his retirement, is one of the most important historians of cinema in the Netherlands. His career as a film historian began in 1986 with De...

  • Tuesday 30 May 2017

    Dutch film history at your fingertips

    Bert Haanstra, Fons Rademakers, Paul Verhoeven, Frans Weisz: directors who gave Dutch film a firm push in the right direction with titles such as Fanfare, Turks Fruit, Dorp aan de rivier and De inbreker. EYE’s collection website tells of their...

  • Thursday 18 May 2017

    EYE International Conference presents "The Reel Thing"

    From Saturday May 27 to Tuesday May 30, the annual EYE International Conference takes place at EYE. This year, the conference will host for two days a special 40th edition of the technical symposium The Reel Thing. Founded and curated by Grover...

  • Monday 24 April 2017

    Retrospective Barbara Meter in Spain and USA

    Found Sounds: A Retrospective of Barbara Meter’s Avant-garde Films is the first extended retrospective of  the experimental film maker in the USA and Spain. Films of Barbara Meter are in the collection of EYE Film Museum, that took care of the...

  • Thursday 6 April 2017

    Wang Bing wins 2017 EYE Art & Film Prize

    Wang Bing was announced as the winner of the 2017 EYE Art & Film Prize at a ceremony in Amsterdam’s EYE Filmmuseum on Thursday, 6 April 2017. Bing received the £25,000 GBP prize, which will go towards funding the creation of new work. In...

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