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This is Film! #5 Silent Cinema

Public lecture series devoted to notable projects in the fields of film restoration and film heritage, varying from found footage documentary films to the restoration and presentation of 70mm Hollywood classics. EYE has invited Elżbieta Wysocka (National Film Archive in Warsaw), to present the recent restoration of Bestia/The Polish Dancer by Aleksander Hertz (1917).

Each session will cover a different topic and feature an introductory lecture by Giovanna Fossati (Chief Curator at EYE and Professor of Film Heritage at the UvA), followed by an extended Q&A with an invited (inter)national expert on the theme and a film screening.

The fifth lecture of the series will be dedicated to the challenges of restoring and presenting silent cinema. EYE has invited Elżbieta Wysocka, Head of Film Restoration and Digital Repository at FINA, the National Film Archive in Warsaw, to discuss and present the recent restoration of Bestia/The Polish Dancer by Aleksander Hertz (1917). The Polish Dancer is currently the oldest surviving production starring Pola Negri and the only record of the great actress from her early Polish period. The Polish Dancer was one of four films starring Negri produced by Sfinks, the biggest Polish studio at the time. The film is part of the collections of National Archive Filmoteka Narodowa and was digitally restored in 4K in 2017 by DI Factory and ReKino Studios under the supervision of Filmoteka Narodowa. The film could only be partly repaired due to its unfavourable history, which will be addressed in the lecture.

The drama of The Polish Dancer revolves around a love triangle. The main character is Pola, a young girl from a small village who decides to run away to Warsaw after an argument with her parents, leaving her jealous lover Dmitri behind. Pola quickly becomes popular in the capital city. The screening of the film will be accompanied by Martin de Ruiter on piano.

Guest: Elżbieta Wysocka (Head of Film Restoration and Digital Repository at FINA, the National Film Archive in Warsaw)
Screening: Bestia/The Polish Dancer by Aleksander Hertz (POL, 1917, 67’, 4K DCP)

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openingstijden

kassa:
zo t/m do: 10.00 - 22.00*
vrij & za: 10.00 - 23.00*
*afhankelijk van aanvang laatste voorstelling

tentoonstelling:
dagelijks: 10.00 - 19.00

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online prijzen

film
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regulier

€10,-

reductie

€8,50

Eye society

€7,50

kind t/m 11 jaar

€7,50

Cineville, NFC, KNF

gratis (mogelijk toeslag)

10 rittenkaart (verkrijgbaar aan de balie)

€85,-

tentoonstelling

regulier 

€13,-

reductie

€ 11,50

Eye society

€ 7,50

museumkaart / I Amsterdam / BGL VIP (verkrijgbaar aan de balie)

€3,-

kinderen t/m 11 jaar 

Gratis

kinderen 12 t/m 18 jaar

€5,- 

CJP

€8,- 

Cineville

€ 8,-

combiticket expositie & film (verkrijgbaar aan de balie)

€19,-

bereikbaarheid

Eye ligt direct tegenover station Amsterdam Centraal aan de overkant van het IJ en is gemakkelijk te bereiken met de gratis pont. Ook met de auto is EYE goed bereikbaar.

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Helaas, de film waar je naar zoekt is niet meer te zien in EYE.
Maar als liefhebber van klassiekers, cult-, genre- en arthouse film raden we je aan om vooral even te kijken naar het huidige aanbod.
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