2nd of May 2018 - Amsterdam. InAir.Amsterdam is an innovative Film Festival, with a drone film competition and a program of speakers and experiences. The audience gets the chance to see the latest innovations in film and a futuristic display of drone applications. It’s the promise of a jaw-dropping experience in monumental VondelCS. All situated in the heart of Amsterdam.

Venue: in the heart of Amsterdam


Vondelpark 3

1071AA Amsterdam


Drone mini Masterclasses

The use of drones in film makes a rapid advance in cinematography. The mini masterclasses will cover topics for drone starters to tips and insights for the professional droneflyers. We will cover questions like ‘Where are you allowed to fly a drone in the Netherlands and abroad?’ to ‘What are the implications of new filming techniques, e.g. combining drones and 360 or VR, for the narrative?”.


Screenings of the InAir.Amsterdam submissions

See the best submissions of InAir.Amsterdam 2018. Amazing drone films from all over the world will be shown.


Dronetalks & demo's ‘drones for good’

These talks are about drones that contribute in a positive way to solutions to social problems. What can they do and what can we expect in the near future? You will literally see the drones fly and hear stories about drones that exceed your imagination.

Matchmaking & networking

During InAir.Amsterdam we will try to make a perfect match between media professionals. Interested people can indicate in advance that they want to be linked to another professional. Script writers, directors, drone pilots and artists can meet each other in this way.

Award ceremony - Sold out

The International drone film festival InAir.Amsterdam award ceremony. May the best win! 

Drone photo exposition

Peter van Haastrecht started as a photographer with photographs of birds and nature. But about a year ago he started taking pictures from the air. Beautiful drone pictures of Dutch landscapes are the result. “Photography is like therapy for me, just relax and get away from it all. I shoot my photos in the early morning, with nobody else around, just the whistling of the birds and nothing else.”