What does today’s spiritually starved consumer really need? Cinema Ecologica: Three Daffy Weeks focuses on our lust for shopping and our greed.
Musicians and composers of a new generation create mini film scores for a film clip from our collection. Part 18: Tammo Hesselink vs Upside Down Boxers (1899).
“Ik zie mezelf als verhalenverteller, niet per se als filmmaker.”
Meriem Bennani’s universe foregrounds a humor and playfulness that are often seen as revealing a more complex reality where remnants of colonialism pervade a now globalized world.
Musicians and composers of a new generation create mini film scores for a film clip from our collection. Part 17: Annelotte Coster vs Passage des portiques (1897).
Bob Bronshoff is the set photographer who for more than 25 years has recorded the process of making Dutch films. We decided to pay him a visit.
Don’t you love stories that flip most people’s idea of NOwhere into a very intimate experience of SOMEwhere?
In 2018, lawyer and art collector Pieter Sanders (1938 - 2018) donated his collection of books on the history of cinema, exceptional in multiple ways, to Eye Filmmuseum.
A group of enthusiastic children from Amsterdam-Noord have been working hard during the past year around Eye Filmmuseum to create the free audio tour The Mystery of Kung Fu Franky.