At Eye Filmmuseum, children of all different educational levels can learn about film. Film as art, film and entertainment, film as cultural heritage, and film as a communication tool: at Eye, students will learn about film from different perspectives. Visiting Eye Filmmuseum means a day (or part of a day) devoted to film.
Workshops and courses for
A journey through film
Take your class on a journey through the amazing world of film. In this programme, pupils discover there is more than meets the eye on the basis of films and hands-on assignments.
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.
Acting in front of the camera
In this workshop your pupils will be real film stars on the big screen for a little while. Together they will act short scenes and discover what makes their acting real.
Adventures in the dark
How can we make pupils learn in a playful way what it takes to make a film? How to look at a film and how to discuss the images with pupils?
At the pictures
Children nowadays are surrounded by images, including the moving image, at an increasingly young age. At the Pictures helps preschool children to understand what they see.
Curious (but true)
In film, anything can happen that is impossible in real life. Together with the museum educator, the pupils investigate how filmmakers take them into the story.
Dive into the world of film with this interactive tour of Eye’s film collection highlights and 125 years of film.
Filmkwartier is our monthly film lesson designed for primary schools. Each lesson consists of a short film followed by an assignment, is fifteen minutes long and free of charge.
Guest lesson A Suitcase Filled with Film
How exciting, a suitcase filled with film in the classroom. What’s in it? In this guest lesson, pre-schoolers watch and listen to special, funny short films from Eye’s collection.
Guest lesson Animate Your Class
How do you make an egg laugh and move? Through viewing and hands-on assignments based on films from Eye’s collection, pupils discover the unlimited possibilities of animation.
Guest lesson Film for the Future
What would you like to see preserved in 100 years’ time? Eye preserves an enormous number of films, they make up Eye’s collection. But why do we preserve all these films?
Guest lesson Just Like in the Film
In this guest lesson, pupils will travel back in time. Using films from Eye’s collection, they will discover some of the clever tricks used by filmmakers of the past.
Kijk-goed: suitable films for film education
Kijk-goed is an extensive database of film titles that are suitable for film education.
More with film (teaching material)
Film is everywhere. But what are you actually looking at? Is what you see real? Let children look further. Let them see more.
In this workshop, participants learn movie make-up techniques to create realistic cinema wounds, like an abrasion or black eye, as illustrated by film fragments.
If you are interested in visiting us, please feel free to contact us via email@example.com or 020 7582 360. We also offer non-binding advice on film education.