As a result of the latest measures to combat the coronavirus, Eye Filmmuseum is temporarily closed.
The Karrabing Film Collective has been named the winner of the Eye Art & Film Prize 2021. With the Eye Art & Film Prize of £25,000, the artist can release new work.
As part of our public lecture series This is Film! Film Heritage in Practice, a vintage Technicolor print of Vincente Minnelli’s Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) will be screened.
It is with great pleasure that we are sharing this blog post written by guest author and silent film expert Robert J. Kiss.
An interview with filmmaker Ariel Nasr about the once hidden and forbidden treasures of Afghan film heritage.
This is the thirtieth edition of the film festival Il Cinema Ritrovato in Bologna, and EXPOSED was there.
What’s EXPOSED in Italian? ‘Esposto’. Which is good to know, because this week we change our white building and view over the IJ for the red rooftops and heath of Bologna.
We found a fragment of a 16mm film reel which contains silent colour footage of Martin Luther King Jr entering Santa Rita Rehabilitation Centre.
106 years after its release in the Netherlands, and many decades after being separated from the rest of the Desmet Collection, the film Nerone (1909) is now reunited in our vaults.