Pluk de nacht

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Pluk de Nacht is an Open Air Film Festival based in Amsterdam. Every summer the Open Air Film Festival Amsterdam presents a selection of unreleased independent arthouse cinema, documentary, animation and shorts, attracting both film enthousiasts and professionals. Films are projected in the open air on a beautiful old harbour location in the centre of Amsterdam. Admission to all festival activities and screenings is free.

The Open Air Film Festival Amsterdam was founded in 2003 by a group of young film professionals. Dissatisfied by seeing wonderful works of cinematic art not being picked up by Dutch distributors and cinemas, they started a film festival aimed at finding new audiences for these films.

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2003[edit]

The first edition of the festival started on Friday the 15th of August. During eight days the following films were screened:

2004[edit]

The second edition took place from 5 till the 29th of August 2004. The following films were screened:

2005[edit]

The third edition of the festival started on 25 August 2005. During 11 days the following films were screened:

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