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Clothes that were used in films, all German though, old cameras, shadow figurines and movie posters. All this can be seen in the film museum. You can not take pictures inside, which I found sad. But well, it was a great experience.
It’s an interesting museum and for the price it’s worth giving it a shot. Definitely would recommend to any movie aficionados but even the so-so movie lover can enjoy it. The exhibits revolves around the different sides of the artistry of filmmaking and its history....More
If you're ever in Dusseldorf, the Film Museum is a great place to spend a few hours. You will find a lot of info about the industry, especially about how video and photo gear companies in Dusseldorf had a great impact on the whole cinema...More
We didn't think we would enter or like the museum, because none of us knows much about film. We are so glad that we came and checked things out!
The museum has 4 floors, and each floor has distinct themes. I highly recommend the animation,...More
Stopped off after stage 2 of the Tour de France. What a quirky place! A great section about directors, an eclectic costume collection and a superb collection of pre-cinema stuff to enjoy.
Worth €5 of anyone's money.
This museum is just what a museum should be like: Interesting and interactive. There are 3,5 floors filled with history, and it covers European and some American and Asian films and directors. Various forms of animation is also described. On display were also different costumes...More
My boys aged 10 to 14 demand a decent contemporary information in context over time and culture.
The Film Museum delivers!
After 3 hours they still could come to an end, so I had to lure them out by promise of food and drink...