Filmmuseum Amsterdam

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    Filmmuseum Amsterdam

    Situated in the fabulous Vondelpark, the Filmmuseum Amsterdam is the national centre for cinematography in the Netherlands. In its collection are over 35,000 film titles which, together, add up to more than 60,000,000 metres of film. The collection also comprises photos, posters, newspaper clippings, magazines and many other items relating to film history.
    The international collection spans the complete history of cinematography from 1898 until today. In addition to this the collection is expanding with new film titles being added every year.

    The main goal of the Filmmuseum is to encourage and promote film culture in the Netherlands. By collecting, restoring and screening the many ‘film treasures of the past’ as well as by presenting new films in the art- house genre we aim to achieve this goal.

    Distribution & Production
    Through its distribution branch the Filmmuseum enables Dutch cinemas throughout the country to screen both classics and contemporary art house films. The Filmmuseum also has its own video and DVD label through which it releases both archive films and contemporary art house films.

    The Filmmuseum is also involved in production and produces so-called found footage films, historical programmes, theatrical shows and publications on film history. Some Dutch film productions are also sponsored by the Filmmuseum.

    Locations & Programmes
    The Filmmuseum is spread across two venues and houses five theatres: two in the Film-museum itself and three in Filmmuseum Cine-rama. There are up to fourteen daily screenings. We offer a wide selection of films ranging from theme programmes, classics, archive films, cult films to special children’s programmes. The emphasis is placed on unique films with a film-historical significance and on contemporary cinema. Special theatrical shows combine silent films with theatre, music and entertainment. In September 2003 the museum opened a exhibition space in which it displays program- related items
    Please visit the museum's website for further information:

    Information Centre
    The Filmmuseum Information Centre houses the largest collection of books on film and film-related subjects in the Netherlands. Here students and researchers as well as the general public can find anything on the subject of film.
    Apart from books and magazines there are also reference works available on CD-ROM as well as videotapes of films from the Filmmuseum collection. A variety of newspapers can be consulted in the reading room. Our staff members will be more than happy to advise you on the Filmmuseum collections and to help you use our computerized databases.

    The collection includes 20,000 books in various languages; a large section of reference books and screenplays; 1,900 magazines dating back to 1877; 300,000 press clippings including reviews, biographies, and other film-related documents; international collections of journals on microfilm dating from 1896 to 1927; cinema programmes and week listings dating from 1950 onwards; and annual reports and addresses of other film organizations.

    Computerized databases provide easy access to all of the Filmmuseum collections. Recent issues of magazines, as well as bound volumes and books from 1945 to the present are readily available. Access to books and magazines from an earlier period can be requested at the information desk. The same applies to the other collections. The collections stored in depots elsewhere cannot be consulted instantly. Requests for access have to be made by telephone, fax or e-mail.turkeyarena.com
    Books and documents cannot be borrowed but photocopying facilities are available.

    Video tapes of Filmmuseum films can be viewed in video booths. Viewing rates: €12.50 / half a day. Students: €4.50 / half a day; on request photocopies of articles can be sent by mail or by fax. Up to five pages can be sent by fax, more pages can only be sent by mail. This service is not free and a small amount will be charged!

    Addresses

    FILMMUSEUM
    Vondelpark 3, 1071 AA Amsterdam (between park entrances Roemer Visscherstraat and Vondelstraat)
    P.O. Box 74782, 1070 BT Amsterdam
    Tel 020 - 5891400
    Fax 020 - 6833401

    FILMMUSEUM CINERAMA
    Marnixstraat 400, 1017 PL Amsterdam
    Reservations: Pathé line 0900-1458 (0,25 € pm)

    INFORMATION CENTRE
    Vondelstraat 69, 1071 AA, Amsterdam
    (adjacent to the Filmmuseum)
    Open: Tuesday - Friday, 10.00 am - 5.00 pm; Saturday, 11.00 am - 5.00 pm
    telephone: 020- 5891 435 (after 1.30 pm)
    fax: 020-5891 454

    How to get there by public transportation
    Filmmuseum and Information Centre:
    from Centraal Station: tram line 1 & 6, stop at Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat; tram line 2 & 5, stop at Potterstraat / Stedelijk Museum; from Amstel Station or Sloterdijkstation: tram line 12 & 3, stop at Eerste Constantijn Huygenssstraat, tram line 6, stop at Eerste Constatijn Huygensstraat; tram line 20 (‘circle tram’), stop at Stedelijk Museum

    Filmmuseum Cinerama:
    tram line 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 10, stop at Leidseplein; bus line 142s, 145, 170, 172, 179, stop at Leidseplein

    Prices & ticket reservation 2008
    Regular admission: €7.20 (weekends €7.80)
    Discount ticket (student card holders, group bookings): €6.- (weekends €6.50)
    Members: €3.75
    Children: €5.-
    (All prices include a visit to the exhibition)
    Admission to the exhibition only: €2.-

    Box office opening times: weekdays at 10 am, on Saturdays and Sundays one hour before the first screening.
    Reservations can be made by phone up to one week in advance on: 020 - 5891400

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