Film Screenings

WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) has been organizing Film Screenings since 2016 at The Grey Space In The Middle. Our aim is to provide a platform for relevant (experimental) filmmakers around the world, in order to support (better) access to films that ordinarily seem to be missing or hardly available within the (dutch) film landscape.

Experimental events

Besides the (more) traditional film screenings, we also organize experimental screening events — often in collaboration with artists, writers, designers and (film)makers. These events are attempts to reconsider the way that we look at film today, whether it’s in the cinema, in a museum, on our phones while in the train, or at home on our television/laptop screens. To what capacity do the pre-existing platforms (still) provide optimal opportunities for modern day film(works) to be ‘viewed’, and to what capacity do they empower or obstruct?



Coming soon:
Autonomous Work





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Thanks to Fallon Does, Lust/Lustlab, RNDR, Vrijplaats Leiden, The Grey Space in the Middle, Max Peeperkorn, Julian Doove, Thomas Crommentuyn, Pieter van Vliet, Das Leben am Haverkamp, Wouter Klinkenberg, Anne Kranenborg, Charlie Clemoes, Gijsje Heemskerk, Gunnar Hendriks, Fatima Khan, Jelle Hamstra, Sepus Noordmans, Jeannette Slütter, Ilse van der Spoel, Raph Davies, Lucie Nezri, Robin Druiven, Joeri Woudstra, Durk Reitsma, Fenna de Jonge, Valerie van Zuijlen, Johann Lurf and Leïth Benkhedda for making WYSIWYG happen now and in the past.