EYE Filmmuseum

EYE Filmmuseum
Two Henry Mancini vinyls
€45,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Three Henry Mancini vinyls
€60,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Quincy Jones vinyls
€55,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Quincy Jones vinyls
€45,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Three Quincy Jones Vinyls
€60,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Quincy Jones Vinyls
€45,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Two Barbra Streisand vinyls
€45,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Vinyls with classical music
€50,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Alfred Newman and Ken Darby vinyls
€50,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Set of three vinyls
€50,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Tuscan film reel
€20,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Tuscan film reel
€25,00
sale
EYE Filmmuseum Het Veerwerk, film magazine 1955
EYE Filmmuseum
Het Veerwerk, film magazine 1955
€25,00 €20,00
sale
EYE Filmmuseum Het Veerwerk, film magazine 1954
EYE Filmmuseum
Het Veerwerk, film magazine 1954
€25,00 €20,00
sale
EYE Filmmuseum Het Veerwerk, film magazine 1953
EYE Filmmuseum
Het Veerwerk, film magazine 1953
€25,00 €20,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Film can Desjardin
€35,00
EYE Filmmuseum
Tuscan film reels
€30,00
sale
EYE Filmmuseum Het Veerwerk, film magazine, 1952
EYE Filmmuseum
Het Veerwerk, film magazine, 1952
€25,00 €20,00
sale
EYE Filmmuseum Het Veerwerk, film magazine, 1958
EYE Filmmuseum
Het Veerwerk, film magazine, 1958
€25,00 €20,00
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.