Sultry temperatures, fresh, exciting meals created by Juni Café, beanbags to sit on while your food goes down and a film projected onto a huge outdoor screen. What better way to spend a warm summer evening? On the last Saturday in July and all five Saturdays in August, the Nutshuis garden will be transformed into a cosy open air cinema to host the popular annual Nutshuis Open Air Film Festival.

Nutshuis Open Air Film Festival is a collaboration between Het Nutshuis, Juni Café, Movies that Matter and Cinemien.

Film agenda

Saturday 10 August
The Biggest Little Farm
The Biggest Little Farm Nutstuin Open Air filmfestival Het Nutshuis
Eight years ago John and Molly left there city life behind to realize their dream. Just outside of Los Angeles the couple converted a piece of arid land into a unique farm with a thriving, self-regulating ecosystem and many characteristic residents.

Start dinner 7.30pm
Start film 9.45pm
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Saturday 17 August
Seed: The Untold Story
SEED The untold story Nutstuin Open Air filmfestival
Seeds are perhaps our most precious possession, but many are just as threatened as the polar bear. Full of inspired stories and beautiful close-ups, this documentary shows how indispensable seeds are.

Start dinner 8pm
Start film 9.45pm
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Saturday 24 August
Het Wonder van Le Petit Prince
Het wonder van le petit prince nutstuin open air filmfestival het nutshuis
It is the most translated book after the Bible: Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This philosophical masterpiece appears to be a savior of endangered languages.

Start dinner 7.30pm
Start film 9.30pm
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Saturday 31 August
Transnistra
Transnistra open air filmfestival nutstuin
A sultry portrait of young people from Transnistria. This dwarf state declared itself independent of Moldova after the Soviet Union was lifted, but it is not recognized by anyone.

Start dinner 7.30pm
Start film 9.30pm
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