Pathé Tuschinski

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Pathé Tuschinski is a remarkable place to go and see films. It just won an award as the most beautiful cinema in the world. That is quite something and the cinema deserves the recognition as it is truly beautiful. It really does feel like you are going back in time 100 years. It is part […]

De Balie

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De Balie is a fantastic cinema and cultural centre right on the Leidseplein. It screens a varied program of films all year long. You will find some absolute gems here. A lot of world cinema and arty films, as well as a wide selection of documentaries. The team openly encourage debate across a wide field […]

Studio K Cinema

Studio k

Studio K is a wonderful cinema, café and restaurant in Amsterdam Oost. It is an association entirely that students run and is not for profit. The students get a fabulous insight into how to run a business and support culture. A fabulous experience for them and a film haven for the people who live near […]

Cinema Amstelveen

Cinema amstelveen

Cinema Amstelveen is a great initiative right in the heart of Amstelveen. Inside the Schouwburg, they are screening regular films for the locals.  A great way to see films without the need to travel, so very handy!  A wonderful initiative to bring even more culture to the local community. Cinema Amstelveen is a great way […]

Rialto Cinema

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Rialto cinema Amsterdam opened just over 100 years ago. It is a very popular place to see films on this side of the city. But, it did struggle in the 60’s and 70’s and nearly closed in the 80’s. It survived and thrived and is now a very busy cinema and cafe. It screens films […]

Filmtheater Kriterion

Filmtheater Kriterion

Filmtheater Kriterion started way back in 1945. Students created it as a means to fund their studies. Students still run it even now and is a unique entity. Filmtheater Kriterion is a firm favourite and draws a very diverse audience, not just students. The program includes world cinema, arthouse and edgy films. Any artistic films […]

Ketelhuis Cinema Amsterdam

Ketelhuis cinema

The Ketelhuis Cinema Amsterdam opened in 1999 in the Westerpark. It is a wonderful little cinemas with a fantastic bar and cafe. The film program is always very eclectic. Generally, you can see a huge range of Dutch films, but not only. There are regular extensive French and German film cycles to see too. On […]

The Eye Film Museum

Eye Film Museum

The Eye Film Museum sits gracefully on the north side of the river IJ. It is a stunning piece of architecture. Also, it is the only museum of film in The Netherlands. It holds over 50,000 films in its collection. Other elements include posters, books, photographs, film equipments and so much more. It also preserves, restores […]

Filmhuis Cavia

Filmhuis Cavia

Filmhuis Cavia has been running non-profit special films with a minimal budget for more than 30 years at a special location in Amsterdam. Filmhuis Cavia was founded in 1983  With only 40 seats, it is one of the smallest cinemas in the Netherlands, and the smallest in Amsterdam. The cinema shoots its own films. Festivals that once […]



Cineville Card is an association that loves cinema in all its form and support this important cultural sector. With a Cineville card you can see as many films as you like. This in any of the 44 participating independent cinemas. These are all around The Netherlands. With two great low monthly prices (depending n your […]