Thursday, 15 August


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Summer in Amsterdam comes and goes. Pieces of summer, as the short films that compound this program. A selection that travels to different places and experiences of the dreamt sunny days.

  • Thursday 15, 21:00 (+Q&A with Sven Bresser, director of L’été et tout le reste)
  • Sunday 18, 21:00

Corina Schwingruber Ilić | 10’ | 2018 | Switzerland | no dialogue

Under the spell of mass entertainment on the high seas.

THE IMMINENT IMMANENT / Baga’t Diri Tuhay Ta’t Pamahungpahung
Carlo Francisco Manatad | 15’ | 2018 | Philippines, Singapore, Italy | Waray Waray with EN subs

A rural town unknowingly goes on with their mundane activities while strong forces of nature silently creeps in to challenge their existence. Meanwhile, the filmmaker traces back his roots while preparing himself for the worst after the typhoon.

Ivete Lucas & Patrick Bresnan | 16’ | 2018 | USA

Intimate glimpses of one very special day in the lives of high-school seniors from an industrial corner of the Florida Everglades: prom’s over, the future is uncertain, and the irresistible pull of the beach makes the long-time friends drive 60 miles to chill, pose and revel in the waves.

L’ÉTÉ ET TOUT LE RESTE / The summer and all the rest
Sven Bresser | 17’ | 2018 | The Netherlands | French with EN subs

When at the end of the summer the last ferries with tourists leave the French island of Corsica and most of young Marc-Antoine’s friends have left for the mainland to study or to work, he and his friend Mickael remain behind on the deserted island. This year the choice between staying with limited prospects or to depart towards the mainland of France with it’s unlimited prospects seems bigger than ever. On top of that Marc-Antoine’s new love Marie awaits his arrival to the mainland. But while his friend Mickael is full of plans to leave, is Marc-Antoine able to escape his solidified routine?


Date & Time: 

Thursday, 15 August, 2019 - 21:00


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5,- (Cineville card valid)
Filmhuis Cavia
Van Hallstraat 52-1
1051 HH Amsterdam


Go through the gate. Cavia is on the right hand side, above Xena Sports. Take the stairs.


Former squat, now legalised

Filmhuis Cavia is a counterculture cinema, founded in 1983 by a squatters movement, which programs films you aren't likely to see anywhere else.


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opening times: 

Our regular screenings are on Tuesdays (programmed by Jeffrey), Thursdays and Fridays, but we also have extra screenings and film festivals throughout the year. Look us up to find our monthly program.

Doors always open half an hour before the film starts.