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Centuries of creativity

Described by many as a village, Amsterdam packs the cultural punch of a city many times its size. While still retaining a bit of a ‘sex, drugs and rock 'n’ roll' reputation, Amsterdam is now more about being a ‘creative city’ where the high standards set by such Golden Age painters as Rembrandt are maintained. The city has become a global hub for art, design, architecture and advertising, but one where all its attractions are just a short and scenic bike ride away.

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EYE Film Institute

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EYE Film Institute

The Netherland’s cinematography museum

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The EYE Film Institute (formerly Filmmmuseum) creatively presents the history of cinema from silent films of the 19th century to the latest in digital creations.

Their impressive film collection, including many Dutch and foreign titles, provides inspiration for the exhibits and events you’ll see at the museum.

Programs on the history of film making up through contemporary developments in the industry are presented annually. There are also open-air screenings, festivals, and theatrical family shows. The EYE Film Institute holds the largest film library in the Netherlands. This collection is internationally renowned.

EYE Film Institute
IJpromenade 1, Amsterdam
Phone
+31(0)20 5891400
Website
eyefilm.nl/
Hours
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9 am - 10.15 pm Saturday/Sunday: from one hour before the first screening until 10.15 pm
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