Eye film instituut Nederland was set up in 2009 after a merger between Filmbank, Holland Film, Nederlands Instituut voor Filmeducatie and Filmmuseum. It was founded in response to an instruction to the film sector by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to unite in a national institute.
Eye is the face of Dutch film both in the Netherlands and abroad and functions as an ambassador and engine of film culture. The institute targets both the general public and the professional film world. After the merger the four partners continue their regular activities in the field of film archives, presentation, distribution, education and promotion.
Eye will also engage in activities to stimulate the film climate in the Netherlands and to increase interest in the film culture. Eye is dedicated to distributing knowledge about film through international cooperation, research and debate.
Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid (NAA) is the result of a merger between the Stichting Film en Wetenschap broadcasting archives, the RVD film archive and the broadcasting museum. The institute houses some 650,000 hours of audiovisual programmes, making it the largest archive of its kind in the Netherlands.
Nederlands Instituut voor Animatie Film (NIAF) was set up to improve the infrastructure of the animation film in the Netherlands for both art films and commissioned films such as commercials, informative films, educational films or programme leaders.
Nederlandse Federatie voor Cinematografie (NFC) is a federation of two affiliates that jointly represent the Dutch cinema sector: Nederlandse Vereniging van Bioscoopexploitanten (NVB), and Nederlandse Vereniging van Filmverhuurders (NVF). Within the framework of the NFC they jointly decide which matters require collective settlement within the Dutch cinema sector. The NFC is also concerned with the issue of cinema tickets, marketing and communication, registration and the collection of copyright fees and film transport.
Vereniging Geschiedenis Beeld en Geluid is dedicated to the conservation of historical audiovisual material and to making it accessible for the public, film producers, scientific research and education. It organises conferences and study days and publishes a newsletter.
Score / stichting Cinemusica informs and advises film producers, companies and institutions in the field of film and/or film music.
Dutch Film database has an overview of the films shown at the Dutch Film Festival from 1895 to the present.