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The Filmmuseum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of contemporary and historical films, located in the Vondelpark between the entrances at Roemer Visscherstraat and Vondelstraat.
The Filmmuseum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of contemporary and historical films, located in the Vondelpark between the entrances at Roemer Visscherstraat and Vondelstraat. Multiple screenings daily. Despite the name the 'Filmmuseum' this is not a museum, rather just an alternative cinema funded by the government.
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