EYE Filmmuseum

EYE Filmmuseum
Movie poster 'Angie'

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€20,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Movie poster 'The World of Tattoo Art'

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€20,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Movie poster De illusionist (1983)

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€30,00
-56%
EYE Filmmuseum Movie poster Duet voor cello en film (1984)
EYE Filmmuseum
Movie poster Duet voor cello en film (1984)

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€45,00 €20,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Movie poster 'Indies 1985'

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€35,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Movie posters Naplo (1984) and Eijanaika (1981)

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€30,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Four vintage posters

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€50,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two vintage movie posters

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€35,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Poster Herbert Achternbusch

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€25,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Three vintage posters

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€45,00
-50%
EYE Filmmuseum Movie poster Requiem (1986) by Sjef Lagro
EYE Filmmuseum
Movie poster Requiem (1986) by Sjef Lagro

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€60,00 €30,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Film International movie posters

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€35,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Four posters

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€50,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Four movie posters

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€55,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Four artistic movie posters

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€40,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two posters for exhibitions of animated movies

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€40,00
-50%
EYE Filmmuseum Set of 5 Film posters
EYE Filmmuseum
Set of 5 Film posters

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€40,00 €20,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Henry Mancini vinyls

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€45,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Three Henry Mancini vinyls

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€60,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Quincy Jones vinyls

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€55,00
EYE Filmmuseum

The EYE Filmmuseum boasts a collection of more than forty thousand films of all genres, exhibiting a wonderful showcase of film history, ranging from classics and blockbusters to cult films. EYE is internationally famed for its knowledge and expertise on film restoration and research. The collection took shape in 1946 when its first predecessor was founded: the Dutch Historic Film Archive, resulting in the Dutch Film Museum in 1952, now known as EYE since 2010. The museum, located at the so-called IJ in the port of Amsterdam, is housed in an iconic building designed by Roman Delugan and Elke Meissl.