As a result of the measures to combat the coronavirus, Eye Filmmuseum is temporarily closed. Terrace Eye Bar Restaurant and Eye Shop are open.
Time Out mapped out 101 places around the world that offer something for every film fan, cinephile and pop-culture nerd.
The international law firm Allen & Overy has agreed to become chief sponsor of Eye for three years from 1 May 2021.
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.
We're very happy to share a new blog post on the collection of Peter Rubin, written by guest writer Luisa González, a filmmaker, film programmer and researcher.
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.
Peter Rubin’s Super8 films comprise a relatively smaller aspect of the entire Collection - only 62 reels, most 15 meters in length.
An interview with filmmaker Ariel Nasr about the once hidden and forbidden treasures of Afghan film heritage.
Piles and piles of dusty boxes stacked on pallets, handwritten scribbles and stickers: pretty much every archivist’s nightmare awaited me on the first day of my internship at Eye.