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Take a unique look behind the scenes of Eye and discover our offer in Dutch Sign Language (NGT). Our guide Boaz Blume tells you all about it in this video, in sign language!


Eye Filmmuseum offers guided tours in Dutch Sign Language (NGT) on request through the permanent exhibition and the temporary exhibition.

Every third Sunday of the month, a Dutch Sign Language interpreter will give a guided tour (minimum level B2) through the temporary exhibition. The guided tours for Paravel & Castaing-Taylor – Cosmic Realism take place on Sunday 18 February, 17 March, 21 April and 12 May (note: second Sunday of the month) at 15:15. Sign up for free via

Taking your class to Eye? For more information about guided tours in sign language for primary education, special education, secondary education, intermediate vocational education and higher professional education, please contact

Film equipment in the permanent presentation
© Mike Bink

Virtual tour of Eye in Dutch Sign Language

Prefer to roam Eye independently with your smartphone? Scan the QR code for the explanatory videos in the permanent exhibition and experience the different parts of the exhibition and 125 years of film history in Dutch Sign Language, with subtitles.

You can watch the introductory video here, and check out the playlist on YouTube.


The Subcatch app subtitles what you don't hear. On our website we indicate which films have subtitles available via the Subcatch app.

Induction loops

We have induction loops in our cinemas, ask our colleagues at the front desk for more information!

Toddlers play with light boxes during Cinemini
© Corinne de Korver

Cinemini and Filmmagie with an interpreter

Every third Sunday of the month, a Dutch Sign Language interpreter is present for Cinemini and Filmmagie.

Eye offers programmes in Dutch Sign Language (NGT) thanks in part to the collaboration with the Stichting IN Gebaren and a financial contribution from the Freek en Hella de Jonge Stichting. Musea in Gebaren, an initiative of Stichting IN Gebaren, is committed to accessible art and culture for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Eye Filmmuseum collaborates with Musea in Gebaren, an initiative of Stichting IN Gebaren.