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A snug, arty cinema that features a cosmopolitan array of films. One of the few places that still has intervals during the film, which gives you opportunity...
Theatre, new media, photography shows, cinema and literary events sit alongside lectures, debates and discussions about cultural, social and political...
A new fixture in Amsterdam's subculture, DNA has become a sparkling promoter of fresh talents in the world of independent rock and electronica. It may keep...
Frederik Hendrikstraat 111
This charming little hole-in-the-wall place shows select arthouse flicks for a discerning audience.
Attractions, Cinemas, Museums
Formerly the Filmmuseum, this is the most important centre for cinematography in the Netherlands, specialising in major retrospectives and edgier...
Housed in a once-squatted school above a gym, the left-of-mainstream Cavia specialises in obscure, queer and/or political pictures. You can also rent it for...
Van Hallstraat 51-52
A small student-run cinema on the campus of the Free University, the Filmhuis Griffioen is a cheap and eminently enjoyable way to check out the films you...
The old Ketelhuis used to be of little interest to non-Dutch-speaking film fans (it once specialised in unsubtitled homegrown movies), but this new and...
Founded in 1945 by resistance-fighter undergraduates, the cinema continues to be run by a bunch of students - to great success. Their unbeatable formula is...
The Melkweg shows great films, although the racket that comes through the floor when there's a band playing elsewhere in the building might distract you...
A former Dutch film academy transformed by squatters into a cultural 'breeding ground', OT301 has a radio station, a vegan restaurant and an arthouse cinema...
This multi-screened complex is one of the best places to enjoy those guilty-pleasure blockbusters with little or no chance of bumping into someone you know,...
ArenA Boulevard 600
Another monster-sized multiplex, this is the town centre's only decent mainstream alternative to the shabby City. In its favour are huge screens and...
This extraordinary cinema is named after Abraham Tuschinski, Amsterdam's single most illustrious cinematic entrepreneur. Built in 1921 as a 'world theatre...
The Tuschinski's plain little sister next door shows artier fare than her scene-stealing sibling.