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Great art-house cinema with a good bar and cafe.
Screens foreign and indie films.
This art deco complex houses intimate cinemas that screen art-house and independent films.
Ensconced in a former police station in Amsterdamse School style, this is an art film centre where local cinephiles present each movie (in Dutch) in the tradition of its namesake, who also played piano for silent fil...
This great old cinema near Sarphatipark focuses on premieres, and shows eclectic, art-house fare from around the world (foreign films feature Dutch subtitles). There are three screens and a stylish cafe.
Art-house films and new mainstream releases run in both Dutch and English at this cinema inside De Hallen...
European and American indie and art-house films play in four small screening rooms.
This fun art-house stalwart, located in a 1913 canal house is the city's second-oldest surviving cinema. For film buffs who know their Fuller from their Fellini.
Amsterdam's most famous cinema is worth visiting for its sumptuous art-deco/Amsterdam School interior alone...
Student-run since 1945, this cinema and café has a great array of premieres, themed parties, classics, kids' flicks and more. It also hosts several film festivals throughout the year.
The three screening rooms at this art-house cinema have a chic post-industrial vibe and comfy seats. There's also a cosy café for pre- or post-show drinks and nibbles.
This gezellig art-deco cinema (the oldest in Amsterdam, dating from 1912) screens indie films alongside mainstream flicks. From Sunday to Thursday you can treat yourself to a meal in the restaurant (open 5...
Sporting two cinemas, a club, a stage for bands and theatre, an eclectic restaurant (serving sandwiches for lunch, and vegetarian-friendly, international-flavoured dishes for dinner) and a huge terrace, the student-r...
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