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In a drawn landscape of brightly coloured flowers smoking cigarettes with large clouds of smoke, a small human figure in a purple suit jumps from a flower into the air

still Goodbye Jérôme! (Au revoir Jérôme!) (Gabrielle Selnet, Adam Sillard & Chloé Farr, FR 2022)

Programmers of the Future 2024

9 — 24 July 2024

still from Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream (Frank Beauvais, FR 2019)

still Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream (Frank Beauvais, FR 2019)

Aileen Ye, Samuël Leemeijer and Farah Hasanbegović form the second group of the annual training programme for future film programmers. They also chose a selection of films for the Eye Film Player.

Three new Programmers of the Future will present their film programmes in Eye Filmmuseum this July. With films against despair, a colourful trip through the human psyche through animated films, and cinema that sharpens your senses.

still from Salt (Mateusz Miszczyński, JO 2024)

still Salt (Mateusz Miszczyński, JO 2024)

still from It Comes From Above (José Permar, HU/MX 2022)

still It Comes From Above (José Permar, HU/MX 2022)

Eye Film Player

The Programmers of the Future each present an additional programme on Eye Film Player. Every week from 2 July, new titles will be available to watch at home.

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About the traineeship

New generations of public, programmers and curators are growing up in a fundamentally different and constantly changing society. Equality and inclusion, the need for a different relationship with nature, and rapid innovations in the field of digital culture are a daily reality. To serve a new, more diverse generation of audiences, the cultural field also needs to change. Cultural institutions must adapt and innovate. Eye Filmmuseum has therefore launched Programmers of the Future, a traineeship for future programmers of cinema and moving image art with the support of Fonds 21 Extra.

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