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Eye at Trouw

The start of the Nightmuseum

Eye at Trouw

19-06-2013 | 10.25

This summer EYE is presenting a big exhibition about Federico Fellini, the leading master vital to the image of the postwar Italian cinema. The real cinephiles will also be catered for in Trouw, because EYE is presenting Fellini's Toby Dammit from July 19th until July 28th.

From June 30th up until September 29th, EYE is having a big exhibition about the filmmaker Federico Fellini: Fellini: The Exhibition. This exhibition unravels the universe of the filmmaker and will tap into the sources of his wild imagination. Twenty years after his death, spacious projected film fragments, pictures, archive records, letters and posters - mostly coming from the EYE collection - will give an insight into the depressions and motives of the man behind La Strada, La Dolce Vita and .

Visitors of our restaurant or club can now submerge themselves into the wonderful world of Fellini. Toby Dammit (1968) by Fellini will by shown from July 19th until July 28th in De Hal. Toby Dammit is the third part of the trilogy Histoires Extraordinaires from 1968, which furthermore consists of the segments Metzengerstein by Roger Vadim and William Wilson by Louis Malle.

So you should definitely stroll down to De Hal after visiting our restaurant or inbetween dancing in the night to see this classic film. Entrance is free!

Credits film
Regie: Federico Fellini
Cast: Terence Stamp, Salvo Randone en Anne Tonietti
Muziek: Nino Rota
Camera: Giuseppe Rotunno
Montage: Ruggiero Mastroianni
Productiedesign: Piero Tosi