Cinema as we now know it has come a long way. Pupils are invited on a tour of discovery and will playfully learn more about things like: how was film made in the early days, how does a green screen work, or how about the technological advances in film? Pupils unravel the secrets of 125 years of film on the basis of viewing and hands-on assignments.
Dive into the world of film with this interactive tour of Eye’s film collection highlights and 125 years of film. Pupils will play the lead role in a film scene in front of the green screen and marvel at hundreds of film scenes from Eye’s collection.
This program is suitable for levels in secondary and higher education.
Worth knowing: This program can also be booked in combination with a film screening or a workshop.
€ 70 per 15 students
Number of participants
Maximum 30 students at the same time
Number of supervisors
Bring a supervisor for every 15 participants. When booking, we always agree the final number with you. Access for supervisors is free
All levels of secondary education
Dutch Sign Language
The tour can be booked in Dutch Sign Language (NGT). Our deaf museum teachers have been trained through the Museums in Gebaren project