Wed 19 September
David Cronnenberg’s SHIVERS
Movie about the collapse of the social tissue trough tabooless sex and violance.
The 18th of June, the ninth edition of Rotterdams Open Doek…
Feyenoord wants to build a new stadium. Therefore they want a…
Performance by Lumbers (UK) + Môgô (NL), expect soundscapes,…
Le Vagabond presents the best of two worlds; American Jazz meets…
Combine a tour in the exhibition in the Submarine Wharf with a…
Cultvideotheek at WORM invite you a lenghtly evening with 2…
The BAR-shirt contest is the first one in a series that will…
Two talents of the Maastricht Theatre Academy present…
Frikandel speciaal MET: Milan Boonstra and Nada van Dalen is a…
After a mini-concert by the young talents we continue with the…
Muziek op de Rotte presents three days of classical, tango and…
Together with the Leeszaal, Kriterion Rotterdam presents the…
Eduardo Rojo is currently studying at Codarts, the Conservatory…
New program experimenting on multi-inter performance activities…
Discover Rotterdam Central District By Night! Guides will lead…
One of the most iconic buildings in Rotterdam, the Hofpoort on…
Finally, its’s SUMMER! RAAF celebrates the begin of summer…
Media Cabaret 2 with screenings; the lecture performance: An…
Sun 23 June
7 movies, 7 life stories KIFF is a new filmfestival with special programmers: people living in Rotterdam, coming from abroad.
Fri 14 June
Cultvideotheek at WORM presents the most expensive, carreer&studeiokillinf film in history of Hollywood. But what is the case? Heaven’s gate is actually a masterpiece, showing fantastic art-direction and camerawork.
Tue 25 June
Isidore Isou FR 1951, 120 min, 35mm - eng subs. A brand new, lab fresh 35mm restoration of Isou’s eye burning, paradigm shifting masterpiece, introduced by Pip Chodorov, the director of the acclaimed ‘Free Radicals - A History of Experimental Film’..
Sat 15 June
For as long as there is film there is a great inspiration called music, in the work of (experimental) filmmakers. Tracks can determine the rhythm of the assembly (Free Radicals, Len Lye) or as in Norman McLaren’s Synchromy, the image creates the sound. When is something a short film with musical accompaniment and when is something a music video? In any case, the synergy between music and film is immensely popular and often makes short films such favorites with the public.
Thu 13 June
Produced by Werner Herzog, this is a surreal, astonishing and absolutely jaw dropping non-fiction film that throws us into the moral apocalypse following Indonesia’s 1965 military coup.
Wed 12 June
It can be: draw your own animations, get enough payed to live from it (Hertzfeldt does no commercial work) and even get an Oscar nomination.
A good idea, pencil and paper. Pitch-black humor, perfect timing, melancholy and compassion called with a few lines and do-it-yourself film tricks.
Wed 05 June
Damiel and Cassiel are two of the angels in Berlin who, from lofty vantage points, watch over the fate of the people below. Director Wim Wenders narrates this fairytale for grown-ups with wonderful ease and certainty, and Wenders’ cameraman, the great Frenchman Henri Alekan, played a major role in creating the poetic images – particularly in the powerful black-and-white sequences.
Wed 19 June
Cultvideotheek at WORM invite you a lenghtly evening with 2 filmscreenings dedicated to Russian poetry and cinema. Arie van der Ent from Cafe Tchechov will introduce the Tarkovski-classic “The Mirror” and the second feature (a tribute to the recently deceased Balabanov). Between the features a russian poetry intermezzo (films & poems russian & dutch spoken only).
Wed 05 June
Cultvideotheek at WORM presents a double bill dedicated to italian shockers from the seventies. As main feature we screen AMER, a recent (2009) interpretation of the giallo-genre, followed by a surprise genre classic. DJ Robert the Goblin will send a chill down your spines with eerie 70’s italo-electro.
Fri 31 May
This co-production between Germany, Bulgaria and Croatia is an observational documentary of Bulgarian director Ilian Metev. The film follows paramedics on one of Sofia’s most dangerous fleet of ambulances. The medical infrastructure is a disaster and ambulance services has been hit hardest. The daily stress is imaged by a series of absurdities.
Wed 29 May
We would like to invite you for the next screening of the Film Club. We will screen the movie ‘Lidice’.
Wed 22 May
A series of shorts and very shorts: commercials, semi commercials, product-related films that look at the origins of commerce. With contributions from artists and filmmakers.
Thu 23 May
See Me Hear Me presents “The Secret Disco Revolution”, a film by Jamie Kastner, takes you back to the beginning of the disco era. A look behind the scenes of disco and all it’s great artists. It’ll be hard to stay seatted during this docu… Afterwards a great party with the best discosongs!
Fri 14 June
Deep in the San Fernando Valley, amidst rows of dilapidated warehouses, was rock n’ roll’s best kept secret: Sound City.
Fri 10 May
Friday May 10th the Cineville Filmquiz (qualifying round Rotterdam) will be held in LantarenVenster. Especially for those movie connoisseurs who understand that trivial (film) facts do matter.
Fri 17 May
TURNING is an 85 minute documentary feature. The documentary features the award-winning tour of the live multi-media performance concert, directed by Antony and the Johnsons and Charles Atlas.
Tue 18 June
The 18th of June, the ninth edition of Rotterdams Open Doek takes place in LantarenVenster. A platform where film makers and film lovers can meet, where new films can be shared with the audience and a lesson can be learned from an expert, the ultimate place for talent development. The special guest for this edition will be pronounced later.
Fri 17 May
In this Episode of the KINOCLUB we will make a journey into the fascinating world of animation. Analogue & computer originated, stop motion & realtime techniques. From abstract to story based work, from music videos to short films. A mixture of old, but mostly new and hopefully unseen works. Join us and enjoy a night full of animation wonder!
Wed 15 May
Twenty years after the reunification, the DDR history is again a topic of interest - in short films by filmmakers and artists living in Germany. They consider the role of the East German artists, athletes and intellectuals. For most part the witnesses and documents speak for themselves, which sometimes even evokes a little humor.
Fri 03 May
Hans Richter’s ‘Dreams that Money Can Buy’ is a 1947 experimental film considered a classic of avant garde cinema. The film tells the story of Joe Narcissus, a man who struggles to pay his rent until he discovers the power to create custom-made dreams for a variety of troubled clients.