Netherlands Silent Film Festival
11 - 14 January 2024
SILENT PICTURES IN A MUSICAL LANGUAGE
The Netherlands Silent Film Festival (NSFF) is the biggest film festival in the Netherlands in the field of Silent Film and takes place every January in Pand P and Muziekgebouw Eindhoven.
Both during the festival and throughout the year, the NSFF is committed to making this cinematic heritage accessible through film screenings, educational projects, workshops and lectures. The creativity and innovation that this all earliest form of film possesses deserves to be showcased.
The programming focuses mainly on current developments in the world of silent film, such as recent rediscoveries, restorations and new research results. That's why both audience favorites and hidden gems will play during the festival, all with live musical accompaniment from international, high-quality film musicians.
Be surprised by the stories, the complete experience, the beautiful history and technique of a Silent Film.
THURSDAY 11 JANUARY // 20:30
FORBIDDEN PARADISE // € 12,50
A sparkling love story filled with humor directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Pola Negri as an empress who falls in love with a simple soldier.
SATURDAY 13 JANUARY // 20:30
SLAPSTICK SATURDAY // € 17,50
Once again, the annual highlight of the Nederlands Silent Film Festival is dedicated to the great slapstick stars of the silent era. Featuring comedy maestro Mabel Normand, 'Nasty Women,' and as the feature film, one of Buster Keaton's last major masterpieces: THE CAMERAMAN (1928).
SUNDAY 14 JANUARY // 13:30
PETER PAN // € 12,50
The first and one of the most enchanting adaptations of this classic play. This film directly inspired Walt Disney to create his version. A beautiful film for the whole family to enjoy.