FC Hyena is a wonderful haven for cinephiles in Noord. Film fans south of the river are also most welcome. With a mix of art house and popular films, the cinema has two screens, each with their own home-made comfy seating. Outside the films, enjoy light bites such as tacos, oysters and pastries from the wood oven, along with natural wines from the winebar.
De Uitkijk ia an iconic 1920s art-house movie theatre with a single screen, plus private balcony seating & a cafe. It is the oldest cinema in Amsterdam and you can feel it. It is like a step back in time. The film program is eclectic and interesting for film fans. They screen many classics and there is something for everyone.
Cinecenter in the Lijnbaansgracht is a wonderful place to see films in the heart of Amsterdam. Acros the road from the Melkweg, The cinema screens high quality films and much of them are world cinema films. Indeed is is the host cinema for Cine Expat, a film club that shows world cinema with English subtitles. The staff are kind and knowledgeable. Also, there is a lovely cafe inside where you can get nice food and drinks.
FilmHallen opened its doors in September 2014 and is now an indispensable part of Amsterdam. It has 9 screens and is one of the largest cinemas in the city. The Filmhallen is the only one of its size to accept the Cineville pass. It screens the better films from Hollywood as well as award-winning films from Europe. Other films from the rest of the world have extensive space in De FilmHallen. There is attention for films and documentaries for the film lover and for children and families the best and most fun new releases. There is a wonderful cafe and seating area where you can spend time with friends.
LAB111 was born in 2016 and grew with a loyal following of film fans to become an important centre for cinephiles. LAB111 is a unique cult cinema located in a monumental old pathological anatomical laboratory in Amsterdam. Our idiosyncratic programming consists of special classics and fresh perspectives that appeal to the imagination, make you think and inspire. From in-depth documentaries and modern classics to unconventional genre films. In addition to the cinema, you can discover exhibitions, debate evenings take place. You can dine in Bar Strangelove or just hang out in the bar. See more on the official page.
The Movies is the oldest cinema in Amsterdam still in use. The cinema evolved from the Tavenu cinema founded in 1912 and the later Hollandia. It has a beautiful art deco interior and four screening rooms. The Movies has a film programming that is suitable for different audiences. The screening programme is on of an arthouse cinema. The focus of the programming is on films with a more cultural character. At certain times of the week, The Movies is of course also open to children and their families. A wonderful place to enjoy film. For the film listing, see the official page.