Themes, series, and festivals
Now and soon in Eye
Up-and-coming Dutch film talent at Eye: Badlands is a bi-monthly platform that enables new makers to present their work and talk about their great examples, dreams and ideals.
Every Sunday morning, children aged 2 to 6 are treated to a film, followed by experiments with light and shadow in small play tents.
Eye now brings film history even closer with Eye Classics. On the big screen, screened in 35mm whenever possible.
Eye on Art
Ongoing series with programming on the intersection between film and other arts.
Eye on Sound
Eye focuses on the dynamic relationship between sound and vision in different thematic programmes. Together they are Eye on Sound.
Filmmagie is watching and making. Discover the magic of cinema with short animations from Eye’s extensive collection. The children will draw their own flipbooks.
Janis Rafa – Feed me. Cheat me. Eat me.
The exhibition by Greek artist and filmmaker Janis Rafa showcases evocative films and video installations that revolve around the relation between humans, animals and landscapes.
Koolhoven & Simons
Martin Koolhoven and Ronald Simons present a monthly ode to genre cinema. A tribute to rarely screened trailers and forgotten classics, where possible in 35mm.
Selected for (inter)national festivals, but never shown in Dutch cinemas on wide release. Every summer, Eye puts an end to this injustice with Previously Unreleased.
Restored & Unseen
Restored classics and rediscovered films, with introductions by experts.
Written and Directed by Preston Sturges
The best films by Hollywood director Preston Sturges, master of the nineteen-forties screwball comedy, can now be seen again on the big screen.
Xtended presents VR experiences by artists and filmmakers that offer alternative and challenging views of our world, touch our emotions, and make us stop and think.