Korte Film Poule

EYE makes available a large number of short films, documentaries and animations for film theatres in the Netherlands with the new Short Film Pool. Subscribers will have unlimited access to the Short Pool’s supply of short films.
The 250 short films currently on offer come from the Filmbank/EYE collections, Kort!, the NIAf (Netherlands Institute for Animation Film) and independent distributors like Il Luster.
The Short Film Pool will also be annually updated with a selection of Dutch graduation films and the new offerings of Kort! Short films.
All Short Film Pool films are screened on the DCP format.

The Short Film Pool also offers special educational programmes with a sophisticated range of films for primary and secondary schools. The programmes include teaching material geared to the core and learning objectives of the national curriculum and educational themes.

The Short Film Pool offers cinemas across the country compilation programmes on specific themes, filmmakers or special occasions.

International Short Films
As a result of EYE entering into a partnership with several other European short film distributors, a selection of some 30 European short films is now available in the Short Film Pool in addition to the existing wide range of Dutch short films.

After registering on this website, subscribers are able to view and order films directly online. It is also possible to browse the full range of films on this website.

Subscribed Cinemas
EYE - Amsterdam
Filmhuis de Keizer - Deventer
Filmhuis Den Haag
Filmtheater Hilversum
Filmtheater 't Zeepaard - Vlaardingen
Het Ketelhuis - Amsterdam
Lumière Cinema - Maastricht
NatLab door Plaza Futura - Eindhoven
Podium & Filmtheater Gigant - Apeldoorn
Lux - Nijmegen
Filmtheater Kriterion - Amsterdam
Groninger Forum
Cinema Middelburg
Concordia - Enschede
Filmtheater Voorschoten
Focus Filmtheater Arnhem
De Nieuwe Scène - Venlo
Filmhuis Oosterbeek
Cinema Amstelveen
Filmhuis Purmerend
Filmtheater Fraterhuis, Zwolle
De Lieve Vrouw, Amersfoort
RKZ Bios, Groningen