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Amsterdam Film Show | March 2018

Countryfile with bare bottoms in God’s Own Country, the exploitation problem in Red Sparrow … our Amsterdam Film Show tips for March are here … 

  • David Swatling reviews Red Sparrow 
  • Cathy Leung reviews God’s Own Country
  • our highlights (low brow and high brow) from the rest of the new cinema releases hitting Amsterdam this month
  • special screenings and film festivals
  • links via Pinterest

WATCH

MORE INFO 

SHOW NOTES

FESTIVALS & SPECIAL SCREENINGS

“Film festivals and our picks of the special screenings this month”

Cinemasia | on until 11 March | @ Kriterion & Rialto

Notable this year for adding a ‘Best Performer’ prize, awarded by the festival jury with the aim to raise European awareness of the pool of acting talent in Asia. A dominant theme of the programming is ‘Youth’, but this seeks to “debunk the stereotype of the wimpy, nerdy Asian student”. There is also a focus on Indonesian filmmakers for this 2018 edition of the festival and a short comedy about the absurdity of the Dutch inburgering test – reversing it to test Dutch understanding of Chinese culture.

Rozefilmdagen | until 18 March | with Gods Own County voorpremiere on Sun 11 and Mon 12 March 19:30, otherwise you have to wait until 29 March (unless you stream at home from UK itunes or similar.) (More about God’s Own Country later.)

Farewell Daniel Day Lewis series @ Lab 111

throughout March, including My Beautiful Launderette, There Will Be Blood, In the Name of the Father and Last of the Mohicans.

NEW CINEMA RELEASES

“Here’s the Amsterdam Film Show’s highlights from the film releases in the Netherlands, this month.” BTW, films we’re not mentioning: Peter Rabbit animation, Tomb Raider, LBJ, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Mary Magdalene, Hostiles (a western with Christian Bale, Ready Player One (a Spielberg sci-fi) and many more.

FROM 1 MAR

Red Sparrow | THRILLER | Dir: Francis Lawrence | Writers: Justin Haythe (screenplay by), Jason Matthews (based upon the book by) | Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts |

“Ballerina Dominika Egorova is recruited to ‘Sparrow School,’ a Russian intelligence service where she is forced to use her body as a weapon. Her first mission, targeting a C.I.A. agent, threatens to unravel the security of both nations.” IMDB

@davidswatling says “I can’t think of any woman that I know who would enjoy this movie” (for more of his review see video) 7/10

De Wilde Stad | NATURE | LNP | Director: Mark Verkerk | “The city from the unique perspective of the many wild animals and plants that inhabit it. Seen through the eyes of the adventurous urban cat, Abatutu.” IMBD

@CathyCentral says: From the makers of De Nieuwe Wilderness which was utterly fascinating and nature footage to rival the BBC’s Blue Planet series. This looks just as good, and you might even spot your house in it, Amsterdammers.

Phantom Thread | DRAMA | Dir-Scr: Paul Thomas Anderson | Stars: Vicky Krieps, Daniel Day-Lewis, Lesley Manville

“1950’s London. Reynolds Woodcock is a renowned dressmaker whose fastidious life is disrupted by a young, strong-willed woman who becomes his muse & lover.” IMDB

@CathyCentral says: “Though he doesn’t make a lot of movies, I still suffer from DDL fatigue, because recently he only seems to choose these pompous, barn-storming roles. Butcher Bill, the oilman in There Will be Blood, even Lincoln. I prefer the type of acting we saw with In the Name of the Father and My Beautiful Launderette. Perhaps he saved something special for his last last role?

FROM 22  MAR

Mountain  | DOC | Director: Jennifer Peedom | Writers: Robert Macfarlane, Jennifer Peedom | Narrator: Willem Dafoe

“An experience about the highest peaks around the world.” IMDB

@CathyCentral says “the cinematography looks amazing, I think this is one to submerge yourself in on the big screen. Especially if IRL you ain’t never going up no mountain.”

FROM 29 MAR

God’s Own Country | DRAMA | LGBTQ | Dir-Scr: Francis Lee (his first feature) | With: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu, Gemma Jones

Johnny, a moody young Yorkshire farmer struggles to keep the family farm going. A migrant worker brings extra help for lambing season but also a lot of passion and some old-fashioned TLC. But is there really a future for them? CL

@CathyCentral says “Although there’s a lot of bare bums, forget gay porn, this is Yorkshire porn more like.  There’s strong acting from two fairly unknown male leads who are quite at home birthing spring lambs. However, there’s hardly any humour, and the tone is unrelentingly intense throughout. (For more of this review see video) 6/10

 

Amsterdam Film Show | February 2018

Can a monster romance charm someone who doesn’t like monster films or romance films? Are child actors ever bearable? We’ll see, as our Amsterdam Film Show tips for February are here … 

  • David Swatling reviews The Florida Project  and The Shape of Water 
  • our highlights (low brow and high brow) from the rest of the new cinema releases hitting Amsterdam this month; The Post, Black Panther, and I, Tonya.
  • special screenings and film festivals
  • YouTube, TV, radio & audio versions + text script below
  • links via Pinterest

WATCH

LISTEN

MORE INFO 

SHOW NOTES

NEW CINEMA RELEASES 

“Here’s the Amsterdam Film Show’s highlights from the film releases in the Netherlands, this month.”

FROM 1 FEB

The Post | Director: Steven Spielberg | Writers: Liz Hannah, Josh Singer | Stars: Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson

The Washington Post has the country’s first female newpaper publisher and she’s facing a show-down with the government over a huge cover up. How will she handle it?

@Cathycentral: “I’m so bored of the same names, same dirctors, same US focussed historical gaze. I’ll give this one a miss.” 

FROM 8 FEB

The Florida Project | Director: Sean Baker | Writers: Sean Baker, Chris Bergoch | with: Brooklynn Prince, Bria Vinaite, Willem Dafoe

 

Moonee (6) lives in poverty in a Florida motel with her mother, Hallie. But that doesn’t mean the summer holdiays have to be dull. Together with her band of motel friends, they fill their days with mischief, begging, vandalism and more, while causing the motel manager no end of headaches. But when Hallie can’t make the rent money anymore, can the fun last?

@cathycentral gives it 7/10 

@davidswatling says 8/10

Screening @ Cinecenter  /  Filmhallen /  The Movies / Pathé Arena  /  Pathé Tuschinski   /  Kriterion  / at least 

FROM 14 FEB

Black Panther | Dir-Scr: Ryan Coogler (Creed – a Rocky film) | Stars: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o & many more

The new king of Wakanda, T’Challa, already faces a challenge for the throne of this advanced but remote African nation. Black Panther steps up and leads the efforts to stop a brewing world war.  

@cathycentral says: “This is your top movie choice if you are looking for spectacle and action this month, and obvs better to see on a big screen so now’s your chance. Feted for the costumes especially, but the storytelling has also had great reviews – and story often lets the Marvel franchaise down …

FROM 15 FEB

The Shape of Water | Dir-Scr: Guillermo del Toro | Stars: Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer, Michael Shannon

 

A strange sea creature kept in a secret lab in the 1960s may have found true love with a lonely cleaner. But can their love survive?  

“I highly recommend it”  @davidswatling

Screening @ Uitkijk  / Pathé Arena & Tuschinski  /  Filmhallen  / Studio K

FROM 22 FEB

I, Tonya  | Dir: Craig Gillespie | Writer: Steven Rogers | Stars: Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, Allison Janney

Tonya Harding, the working class US figure skater is technically brilliant but her reputation becomes tainted when her ex-husband tries to take out her main competion.

FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS

“Film festivals and our picks of the special screenings this month”

 

Sun 11 Feb from 19:00 | Drinks with the host before the film

The Insult | c/o CINE EXPAT series @ CINECENTER | Dir. ZIAD DOUEIRI, ARABISCH spoken + EN subs

A fight during the construction of an apartment building in Beirut between the builder, a Palestinian refugee, and Toni, a Libanese christian, becomes a conflict of national significance. Courtroom drama with great reviews.

  • also another Cine Expat on Thurs 22 March probably.

 

26 Feb – 4 March

Taartrovers Film Festival @ EYE filmmuseum | “Taartrovers Film Festival, known previously as Fantastisch Kinderfilm Festival, is a festival for young children, packed with films and imagination.”

“taartrovers” = cake robbers  

“The festival aims to plant a seed with the young ones that will grow into a budding love for film and a first understanding of film literacy … They can share their observations, and create with one another in the ‘Playground of the Imagination’, a set of interactive installations on site. It’s a national, roving festival and the Amsterdam edition  includes international classics ‘The Neverending Story and Matilda (OVs and lots of cahrming looking shorts. Nick Park’s new aniamtion Early Man is screening but with Dutch dubbing. Opening dance on Monday morning and everyone encouraged to go in fancy dress. The website gives  a lot of info in English and provides age suitability for each item on the programme.

taartrovers.nl

 

Amsterdam Film Show | January 2018

Is Call Me By Your Name a gay love story or just a coming of age story? We discuss this plus circus freaks, middle America gets the In Bruges treatment, Churchill makes a big decision and Christopher Plummer finally getting All the Money in the World … our Amsterdam Film Show tips for January are here. 

SHOW NOTES

  • David Swatling reviews Call Me by Your Name (in NL cinemas from 11 Jan)
  • our highlights (low brow and high brow) from the new cinema releases hitting Amsterdam this month
  • special screenings and film festivals
  • YouTube & TV versions (or see text script below)
  • links via Pinterest

REVIEW   

Call Me By Your Name | DRAMA | Dir. Luca Guadagni | Scr: James Ivory (novel: André Aciman) | w. Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet | in Amsterdam cinemas from 11 Jan

“In Northern Italy in 1983, seventeen year-old Elio begins a relationship with visiting Oliver, his father’s research assistant, with whom he bonds over his emerging sexuality, their Jewish heritage, and the beguiling Italian landscape.”

See the AFS video above for a review from @davidswatling 

Screening @ Cinecenter / Filmhallen / FC Hyena in Noord / Rialto / Pathe City / Pathe Tuschinski / Studio K & The Movies  – so a lot of love for this film anticipated in Amsterdam.

NEW CINEMA RELEASES 

“Here’s the Amsterdam Film Show’s highlights from the film releases in the Netherlands, this month.”

FROM 4 JAN

The Greatest Showman | Dir: Michael Gracey | w. Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron

“Celebrates the birth of show business, and tells of a visionary (Barnum) who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.”

FROM 11 JAN  

 awards favourite …

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri | CRIME DRAMA | (Dir-Scr:  Martin McDonagh | with Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell) – so from same team of In Bruges.

“A mother personally challenges the local authorities to solve her daughter’s murder when they fail to catch the culprit.”

 and a Kevin Spacey-less …

All the Money in the World | Dir: Ridley Scott | with Christopher Plummer, Mark Wahlberg, Michelle Williams  

FROM 18 JAN

Darkest Hour | Dir: Joe Wright | with Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas

“During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to negotiate with Hitler, or fight on against incredible odds.”

FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS

“Film festivals and our picks of the special screenings this month”

Sun 14 Jan | CINE EXPAT series @ CINECENTER

Thelma + EN subs | DRAMA FANTASY | NORWEGIAN | Director:-Scr Joachim Trier |+ Drinks with the host before the film

“A confused religious girl tries to deny her feelings for a female friend who’s in love with her. This causes her suppressed subconsciously-controlled psychokinetic powers to reemerge as seizures with devastating results.”

Very good reviews! “Though it may seem at first like an unoriginal combination of Carrie and Blue Is the Warmest Color, Thelma is a haunting and sometimes pretty tense film centered on a young teenage girl from a strongly religious family struggling with her sexual impulses and desires.” Carlos Magalhães

wed 17 Jan pm | Raising Arizona ( NC & Holly Hunter) @ Studio K | part of their Nicolas Cage month

From 20 Jan | EYE Jean-Luc Godard series | in French with NL subs mostly but two of the series are with EN subs | One of which is: Masculin féminin … Godard dives into Parisian youth culture in the turbulent 1960s. Outspoken, wild, playful, free of form and rules, a satire and tragedy in one.”

 Sun 28 Jan AL DAY | PAC Festival @ Pathe Tuschinski | The Post / I Tonya & three more Oscar-worthy films 

Amsterdam Film Show | Sept 2017

SHOW NOTES

  • Our highlights (low brow and high brow) from the new cinema releases hitting Amsterdam this month
  • mini reviews of It and Girls Night from Amsterdammers
  • special screenings: including the Cine Expat series, a chilly but free  outdoor film festival and hanging out with the Dutch film industry over in Utrecht
  • a quick PAC chat with Thom Hoben, programmer at Pathé Tuschinski about the all day PAC festival on 24 Sept
  • YouTube, Soundcloud & TV versions, or see text script below …

LINKS

DEVELOPMENTS!

We plan to produce the AFS in audio format as well from now on, as well the YouTube and local TV (Salto) versions. Eventually we’ll also share it on local radio too.  We are also seeing how it feels in a monthly format. Let us know what you think, and if you want to contribute, please also get in touch.

SCRIPT TEXT

AFS NEW CINEMA RELEASES

“Here’s the Amsterdam Film Show’s highlights from the film releases in the Netherlands, this month.”

FROM 7 SEPTEMBER …

It | HORROR

Based on the famous Stephen King book. After a spate of missing children in their small town, a group of kids take on a sinister clown with a dark history.

@ Filmhallen & various Pathe screens

@cathycentral: “It’s had top reviews, but it’s really only for those who can handle the scares. So not me.”

But, Amsterdam crime writer, David Swatling can and he’s seen it already. He says:

“Indulged in IT doubleheader. Saw first screening of the film this afternoon and watched the 90s miniseries all in one go on Dutch TV the same night. Fascinating to compare in such close proximity. Movies don’t scare me as they once did, but I recommend the new incarnation … Whereas I found the 90s miniseries unexpectedly dated, most risky choices in the new film work surprisingly well. It was kinda Stand By Me meets The Walking Dead. The young cast is fantastic and drive the story in every way, from humor to creep factor.

But for a whole lot of fun, you might like ….

Girls Trip | COMEDY DRAMA

Dir. Malcolm D. Lee | Stars: Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith +

Four friends reunite for a trip to a New Orleans festival and some much needed girl time.

@cathycentral: “With that plotline, the film can almost write itself …”

Screening @ Pathe chain

There’s a 89% rating on RT, but what about the local critics? We asked Amsterdam Mamas Book & Filmclub what they thought …

Elvira Helena Brock Mendoza says: “I don’t know if enjoyed the movie more or the people around me laughing so hard and screaming ” Go girl” Or ” Hell yeah!” Really cool and funny movie! Totally recommend it for a good laugh and feel good feeling.”

also from 7 Sept: The Beguiled | SOUTHERN GOTHIC THRILLER | Dir. Sofia Coppola | Stars: Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst +

FROM 14 SEPTEMBER …

Maudie | SENSITIVE DRAMA

Dir.  Aisling Walsh | Stars: Ethan Hawke, Sally Hawkins

Set in Nova Scotia, a young woman with arthritis takes a job as a housekeeper for a  reclusive farmer. She finds love, but also, fame as folk painter. Based on a true story.

@cathycentral: “If nothing else, it’s an affordable way to see more of Novia Scotia.”

Screening @ Filmhallen @ Cinecenter – at least

Wind River | Dir. Taylor Sheridan | CRIME THRILLER | stars: Elizabeth Olsen, Jeremy Renner +

Following the murder of a local girl on a remote Native American Reservation, a rookie FBI agent investigates with help from a local game tracker with a haunted past.

@cathycentral: “Writer-Director, Taylor Sheridan, also wrote Hell or High Water and Sicario and those were both excellent films. So count me in.”

Screening @ Pathe chain @ Filmhallen – at least

also from 14 Sept:  Mother! | DRAMA HORROR| Dir. Darren Aronofsky | Jennifer Lawrence +  

@cathycentral: “Big name production but the ! seems a bit desperate to me. But others will love this trip donw an insanity rabbit hole.”

FROM 21 SEPTEMBER …

Kingsman: The Golden Circle | ACTION COMEDY

  • Dir. Matthew Vaughn | Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Halle Berry, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Sir Elton John, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges (the A-list goes on and on …)

Eggsy is back and .. when the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed and the world … (do you really need to know the plot?) This one’s also got US spies in it.

Screening @ Pathe chain – at least

But if that’s a bit too silly, there’s …

Victoria & Abdul | Dir. Stephen Frears | stars Judi Dench, Ali Fazal +

Queen Victoria forms an unlikely friendship with an exotic male. Again.

Screening @ Filmhallen @ Pathe chain – at least

@cathycentral: “Did you spot Eddie Izzard in the trailer?”

FROM 28 SEPTEMBER …

Detroit | DRAMA THRILLER

Dir. Kathryn Bigelow | stars John Boyega, Will Poulter +

It’s 1967, Detroit is under curfew and the Michigan National Guard is patrolling the streets. A true story of racist violence and murder.

@cathycentral: “Disturbing and timely.”

Screening @ Filmhallen @ Pathe chain – at least

“Film festivals and our picks of the special screenings this month”

WEST BEACH FILM FESTIVAL | 14-24 Sept

@ Sloterplas, Sloterstrand so beach near De Duikelaar watersports

  • outdoor, take a jumper + blanket?
  • 13:00 screenings on Sat & Sun, otherwise pm.
  • No website or accessible listings, but prog flyer is on their FB
  • No special theme, some mainstream + a few curated films.
  • Sat 23 Sept 13:00 – La La land.

FREE 

CINE EXPAT @ CINECENTER

Thurs 28 Sept 21:00 | The Nile Hilton Incident + EN subs

CRIME THRILLER | In a room of The Nile Hilton in Cairo, the body of a female singer is found … it’s loosely based on the murder on Suzanne Tamim in 2008. (An Egyptian businessman and politician turned out to be responsible for the crime that shocked Egypt.) Winner of the Juryprize @ Sundance.

Drinks with host Katie Crook before the film

cinecenter.nl

20-28 Sept  | Nederlands Film Festival

  • Mainly for the Dutch film industry but special programme for internationals, and with EN subtitles, eg In Blue, Tulipani and more.
  • Utrecht – seriously it’s not that far and they have a nice new train station.  

filmfestival.nl

Sun 24 Sept  | PAC Festival

Pathé Tuschinski (Zaal 1), from 10:30 tot 23:15

Five special premieres one after each other (with breaks). High quality films, think Oscar noms potential …

pathe.nl

Amsterdam Film Show | August 2017

SHOW NOTES

  •  Interview with World Cinema Festival Amsterdam director, Raymond Walravens (worldcinemaamsterdam.nl)
  • Our highlights (low brow and high brow) from the new cinema releases hitting the Netherlands this month
  • Film events including the Cine Expat series, Martin Scorsese – The Exhibition last chance to see, Dunkirk in 70mm and why, plus our picks from the Pluk de Nacht and World Cinema Festival Amsterdam programmes. (Links in the Pinterest board below)

 

DEVELOPMENTS!

We plan to produce the AFS in audio format as well from now on, as well the YouTube and local TV (Salto) versions. Eventually we’ll also share it on local radio too.  We are also seeing how it feels in a monthly format. Let us know what you think, and if you want to contribute, please also get in touch.

LINKS

Kanen bij de Kachel this March – munch by the fire

Titus from Kanen bij de Kachel (‘munching by the fire’ = a loose translation) tells us about the idea behind this special, spring ‘kanen’ event to bring Amsterdammers together over good food, drink and music – every Thursday in March.

Filmmaker: Cathy Leung

Music: ‘Marsh Fire’ by Jeanne Rouwendaal @ Grote Prijs van Nederland Finale, Paradiso Amsterdam

LINKS:
facebook.com/kanenbijdekachel
kanen.nl

First broadcast on So Dam Local on Salto 1 TV earlier this week.

AFS 3 March 2015 | New cinema releases

Watch this clip for a summary of all the new cinema releases in Amsterdam from 5 March 2015. There’s action, a sci-fi drama, Swedish comedy and a documentary or two.

… and this clip for our film chat about American Sniper. Includes Amsterdam cinemas screening the film.

Also, see our partners, Cinedam, for more on each film.

AFS | New cinema releases, 26 February 2015

Watch this clip for a summary of all the new cinema releases in Amsterdam from 26 February 2015.

 

And this clip for our chat about AFS film of the week, Wild

Also, see our partners, Cinedam, for more on each film:

week 9 film

AFS 17 Feb 2015 | New cinema releases


 Watch this clip for a summary of all the new cinema releases in Amsterdam from 19 February 2015.  With our pick of the week, ‘Selma’.

Also, see our partners, Cinedam, for more on each film:

Cinedam

AFS 10 Feb 2015 | New cinema releases

Watch this clip for a summary of all the new cinema releases in Amsterdam from 11/12 February 2015. It’s not all about Fifty Shade of Grey, some other interesting options also released this week, including the very, very dark comedy The Voices.

Also, see our partners, Cinedam, for more on each film:

CINEDAM

Join the Streetfood Revolution!

We aired our new short film on Amsterdam’s Streetfood Revolution on So Dam Local earlier this week. If you didn’t catch it on TV,  it’s now on our Youtube channel (see below).

If you support the campaign for healthier and more diverse street food options for the city of Amsterdam, you can join the Streetfood Revolution by adding your name to the online petition, here: http://petities.nl/petitie/geef-streetfood-een-kans

AFS | Other new releases & film events

And watch this clip for a summary of the rest of the new releases screening in NL from 5 February + a special film event.

Also, see our partners, Cinedam, for more on each film:

week 6 new film releases

AFS | Inherent Vice – film chat

The Amsterdam Film Show is back! Inherent Vice is our new film release of the week; find out what our critics thought of the ultimate ‘stoner movie’ and which Amsterdam cinemas are screening it. If you want to know more about the book, you can read a review from The Satirist,  here.

Future Vision Amsterdam – BrainwashPukebag Talk

LoempiaBarbie talks about her film BrainwashPukebag.

http://futurevisionamsterdam.com/
Future Vision Amsterdam airs every Wednesday on SALTO 1 (UPC Digital channel 32)  from 18:00pm – 19:00pm.

 

Free Fringe Festival Amsterdam 2014 is now open for proposals!

Free Fringe Festival Amsterdam 2014 is now open for proposals!

www.freefringefestivalamsterdam.com
The Free Fringe Festival Amsterdam 2014 is now open for proposals!
Last year, this wonderful little festival featured a wealth of theatre, music, dance, improvisation, film, animation, games, exhibitions, comics and all sorts of music and weird goings-on for 10 exhilarating days at Amsterdam’s historic Vondelbunker, nestling in the bosom of the beautiful Vondel Park and other city-wide locations.
In 2014 it is once again our mission to present a genuinely diverse programme of art and performance, celebrating the thriving artistic community in Amsterdam and beyond, all for FREE.Get onboard Free Fringe Festival Amsterdam 2014
Proposals are open to artists of all disciplines
We offer technical support and an environment where creative freedom and respect for the artists’ vision is central.
No costs are incurred by participating artists for hire of the venues.
The Free Fringe Festival will take place 4th-14th September.
Artists may also have the possibility to present their work in a preview for press and invited guests at Floating Grounds, a small open air festival on Midsummer’s Day on an organic farm just outside Amsterdam and on Future Vision Amsterdam arts and culture television show on SALTO 1.
The festival is in the hands of the artists and is not controlled by the objectives of any corporate sponsors.
Venues who would like to host an event or programme their own contribution under the umberella of The Free Fringe Festival Amsterdam 2014 are also invited to apply.
If you would like to get onboard, drop us a line c/o samheady@hotmail.com

www.freefringefestivalamsterdam.com

Future Vision Amsterdam – BEHIND THE SCENES Video

futurevisionamsterdam.com Future Vision Amsterdam is an arts and culture show. Tune in, turn on and drop by every Wednesday as Fay Heady chats with guests live in the studio, presents live performances, music, animation & film , and interviews fellow artists and oddballs out and about in beautiful Amsterdam. Catch it!

Future Vision Amsterdam airs every Wednesday on SALTO 1 (UPC Digital channel 32)
from 18:00 – 19:00. futurevisionamsterdam.com