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A Nose for Film

How important is sound for a film? Is the film based on a true story or not? How can you tell? In A Nose for Film, you learn to look beyond the obvious.

still from Mina Moes (Mirjam de With, NL 2011)
still from Mina Moes (Mirjam de With, NL 2011)

After watching four remarkable short films, the museum educator hands out a film scavenger hunt and assignments after each film. Pupils discover all sorts of things about music and the effect it has, about camera work, storylines and sound. They also become aware of cinematic and visual language.

Making sure schoolchildren learn to look even better at the moving image is an essential skill in today’s world.


This programme is only available in Dutch.


1 hour and 15 minutes


€ 150.- per class

Number of participants

Maximum 60 pupils (2 school groups)

Number of supervisors

Bring 2 supervisors per 30 students. When booking, we always agree the final number with you. Access for supervisors is free

Key objectives

Artistic orientation: 54, 55, 56

For whom

Group 3 and 4

Book programme

Please book at least four weeks in advance of the desired date.
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