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memory grid 2005 archive

The unique memory grid exhibition space collects and makes accessible the wonderful, diverse media made by students, independent filmmakers and community producers as well as work made by people who come to participate in ACMI's production programs.

Explore the extraordinary pulse of creativity that surges through our communities like electricity.

The memory grid is open daily at ACMI, Federation Square, on the ground floor level.

Opening hours are 10am - 5pm.
Entry is free.

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screen it! 2005 winners

Screen It! is the national moving image competition for primary school children, celebrating the next generation of filmmakers, animators and game developers. ACMI is proud to present the winners of 2005.


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filmic memorials i

This special project is presented alongside MAP as a further exploration of memory, place and the moving image. An artwork completed as part of a Phd at the University of Tasmania, Filmic Memorials i examines how people articulate memory through film.


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against the grain

Against the Grain presents a series of autobiographical stories that explore the challenges and isolation of farm life and show the courage, interest, passion and leadership among women involved in agriculture.


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recovering hope

Recovering Hope captures the personal stories of women who fled their homeland Vietnam for a new life in Australia. Sinking boats, pirates and transit camps were experiences for many as they made the dangerous journey.


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western stories

Western Stories is an inspirational collection of works from young people who, through their association with the Western Chances program, have been given the opportunity to tell their stories and build their own bridge to the future.


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diaries in the memory grid

The Memory Grid is featuring stories from the Digital Diaries program at ACMI, in which young people create anonymous video diaries to express their thoughts and feelings.


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recent international work

In addition to showcasing the best Australian produced student work, the Memory Grid is starting to attract international submissions.


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eureka 150

This collection of Digital Stories was made at ACMI by young people aged between the ages of 14 and 17 that were a part of the Eureka 150th celebrations in 2004.


italian digital storytelling collection

racconti la voce del popolo (the voice of the people)

Racconti La Voce Del Popolo (The Voice of the People) is a range of stories from the Italian community that celebrate the enormous contribution Italians have made to the development of Australia, and explore the challenges of migration and settlement.


aim 13: thirteen years of aim student animation

Memory Grid celebrates ACMI's relationship with the Centre for Animation and Interactive Media (AIM) at RMIT. This retrospective features a top class package of animation and interactive work from one of Australia's most recognised tertiary courses.


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777 seconds: new screen work

777 Seconds is a collection of seven works under 777 seconds. Drawn from filmmakers across Australia, 777 Seconds will showcase the eclecticism and quality of community, student and independent filmmakers and their wares.


telling tales

Telling Tales are real stories told and produced by people with a disability and those who are disadvantaged. They challenge the 'norms' often represented by mainstream film with first person accounts that provide a real opportunity to be seen and heard.


memories of moomba

Memories of Moomba celebrates 50 years of Moomba. Extraordinary photos and footage illustrate the glory days of the street parade, the whirlwind events of a Moomba Queen, speedboats on the Yarra River and the carnival rides.


 
 
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