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Ben Rivers - Shorts

Ben Rivers is not only a maker of feature films but also of stunningly beautiful short films. Rivers is the winner of the EYE Art & Film Prize, currently the subject of an exhibition at EYE. Sacha Bronwasser will introduce the short films.

Programme

Things (2014, 21')
A tour of the four seasons, without Rivers ever once setting foot across his doorstep as he focuses on unexplored things inside his own four walls. Among the things he observes are a bed, books and, seen through a window pane, a squirrel in the garden. The tour of his house is at the same time a trip into imagination and collective memory.

Phantom of a Libertin (2012, 10')
A photo album filled with glamorous destinations: Acapulco, Haifa, Marseilles, New York. Fragments of fading figures. This was a life documented and remembered, but the man who made the album departed a year ago. Now his flat sits silent, and the photo album threatens to fall apart.

A Distant Episode (2015, 18')
A meditation on the illusion of filmmaking, shot behind-the-scenes on a film being made on the otherworldly beaches of Sidi Ifni, Morocco. The strange activities, with no commentary or dialogue; seem like fragments dug up in a distant future – a hazy and hallucinogenic world.

Sack Barrow (2011, 21') 
Sack Barrow explores a small family-run factory in the outskirts of London. Set up in 1931 to provide work for limbless and disabled ex-servicemen, the factory went into liquidation after 80 years. Rivers observes the daily routines of the final month of the six workers in the factory.

May Tomorrow Shine the Brightest of All Your Many Days as It Will Be Your Last (2009, 13')
A unit of female Japanese soldiers track a group of lost, ancient desperadoes. Who is searching for whom, however, and why? The soundtrack is cobbled together from dictaphone recordings and  old 78s.

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opening hours

Exhibition
Daily 10am - 7pm

ticketcounter
Sun to Thu 10am - 10pm*
Fri & Sat10am - 11pm*
*depending on the final screening

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admission prices

Exhibition
 

regular€ 10,-
discount € 8,50
friends of EYE€ 7,50
museumcard & IAmsterdam citycardfree
children up to 11 yrs oldfree
children 12 to 18 yrs old€ 5,-
CJP€ 8,-
Cineville€ 8,-
combi ticket (exhibition & film)€ 16,50

 

Film
(Please note during festivals or special programs these prices may differ)

regular€10,-
discount€8,50
friends of EYE€7,50
children up to 11 yrs old€7,50
Cineville, NFC, KNF

free (surcharge may apply)

10 tickets pass€80,-

 

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reachability

EYE is right opposite Amsterdam Central station on the north side of the river IJ. EYE is reached easily with the free ferry which sails 24/7, we are also easily accessible by car.

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The film you are looking for was shown in EYE in a past programme.
Sorry we can’t help you out. But as a lover of classics, genre and arthouse film we invite you to have a look at what is on view now.
Program a-z