Dutch Early Cinema

15 January 2009 The Filmmuseum is currently working on the disclosure and contextualization of its collection of early Dutch films (Dutch Early Cinema). These are films from the first decennia of film history, roughly from the period 1896 – 1933.

Open Culture Data

Attribution Share Alike - Beelden voor de toekomst It is a network of cultural professionals, developers, designers, copyright specialists and open data experts, which makes cultural data open and encourages the development of valuable cultural a (...)

Celluloid Remix 2: Found Footage

 - Beelden voor de toekomst Second edition of the successful video-remix competition containing historical fragments from EYE's film collection. Professionals and amateurs remix special film material from the Bits & (...)

60 Years of TV timeline

 - Beelden voor de toekomst Online timeline provides a clear overview of 60 years of TV in the Netherlands. For this 60th anniversary, the project Images for the Future has collected highlights from the collections of the N (...)

Film in the Netherlands

 - Beelden voor de toekomst With its new website Film in Nederland, EYE Film Institute Netherland brings early Dutch film to life. This site contains the remarkable stories of around 2300 old films.

Making old films accessible calls for passion and patience

Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike - Images for the Future In the restoration lab at the EYE Film Institute Netherlands old films are restored and digitised. They also recently started work on the processing and storage of digital films.