ACMI is a world-first centre dedicated to exploring the moving image in all its forms. Our staff, board and partners work together to deliver innovative programs of exhibitions, screenings and events.
The Film Act 2001 empowers the Board to promote ACMI as a national centre for the creation and exhibition of the moving image, to develop and make available collections and to conduct research and public education in the moving image.
The members of the ACMI Board are:
Peter Lewinsky has conducted an advisory practice over the last 20 years, providing strategic, financial and governance advice to a wide range of public and private companies and government. He is an experienced government, not-for-profit and private sector company director and has chaired a number of Audit Committees. Prior to commencing his practice, Peter, a qualified Chartered Accountant, worked for investment banks and stockbroking firms in Australia and overseas.
Annette Allison has had a lifelong involvement as a Logie-winning journalist, presenter and producer of television across Australia and has regularly presented high rating radio current affairs programs in both Brisbane and Melbourne. She was also a filmmaker and director of Queensland-based Martin Williams Films and Documentaries, which produced content for Australian commercial broadcasters and on-sold internationally. Annette has served on a number of not-for-profit boards including the Victoria State Opera board and Opera Australia and she travels extensively through the outback in her current role as Public Affairs Manager for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Jan Chapman (AO) has produced some of Australia's most critically successful and popular films including Bright Star, Lantana and The Piano and supported and nurtured the careers of some of its most talented filmmakers as executive producer and producer. Her films have won many awards including co-recipient of the Palme d'Or at Cannes, three Academy Awards, Camera d'Or at Cannes and over 35 Australian Film Institute Awards. Des Clark has extensive experience in policy development, governance and management. Des was Director of the Classification Board from 2000 to 2007. He was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Film Commission and Chairman of the Melbourne International Film Festival. Elected Lord Mayor of the City of Melbourne (1992 - 1993 ) he served three terms as a Councillor, where he was able to focus on cultural development. He worked on the restructure of Local Government in Victoria as Chairman of Commissioners at the City of Port Phillip where his management experience and community based skills were successfully utilised. Sebastian Costello is a commercial television and radio broadcaster. His face will be familiar to viewers of Nine News in Melbourne where he is a reporter, and his voice is regularly heard by listeners of 3AW where he is a commentator on the station's football team. Seb's work has been recognised by the Australian Commercial Radio Association and the Melbourne Press Club. Joel Pearlman is the Managing Director of Roadshow Films, a division of Village Roadshow Limited, where he has overseen the distribution of titles such as the Lord of the Rings and The Matrix trilogies, and is responsible for Roadshow's Australian production division. He is also currently on the board of the Melbourne International Film Festival and the Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia. Andrew Ranger is an entrepreneur specialising in the digital and marketing services realm. Having experienced success in the Melbourne marketing industry at The Taboo Group, Andrew went on to become the founder of the online brand development agency Naminga.net, which is now working with clients across three continents. Andrew is the co-creator of the app PriviApp.com, designed to create legally binding contacts using the iPhone's reverse camera and facial recognition technology. Andrew has a keen interest in social activism and working on projects in the Internet start-up space. Ricci Swart is the Founder of Ricci Swart Multimedia. Ricci has 20 years experience in film and multimedia development and production, and extensive experience in both the philanthropic and education sectors.
Michael Wachtel is the Chairman (Asia Pacific) of Ernst & Young, and is a member of the Ernst & Young Global Advisory Council. He is a member of the Ernst & Young Global Tax Leadership team and is the Global Leader for Quality & Risk in their Tax Practice. He has been an adviser to Australia's leading multinationals and high net worth families for over 25 years.
Michael co-authored the White Paper commissioned by the Business Council of Australia, titled Removing Tax Barriers to International Growth (2001); and was the first person to author books on Australia's CFC and Foreign Investment Fund regimes. Michael has been consistently listed as one of Australia's leading tax advisers in various surveys, (e.g. Euromoney's Worldwide Tax Surveys, World's Leading Tax Lawyers, Asia Law's Leading Lawyers, and International Who's Who of Corporate Tax Lawyers). He is Past President of the Australian Chapter of the International Fiscal Association and a member of the Tax Advisory Board of the Melbourne University Law Faculty.
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Current Annual Report
Past Annual Reports
- Annual Report 2012/13 [PDF 4902KB]
- Annual Report 2011/12 [PDF 4163KB]
- Annual Report 2010/11 [PDF 2080KB]
- Annual Report 2009/10 [PDF 3459KB]
- Annual Report 2008/09 [PDF 5919KB]
- Annual Report 2007/08 [PDF 5072KB]
- Annual Report 2006/07 [PDF 3363KB]
- Annual Report 2005/06 [PDF 4957KB]
- Annual Report 2004/05 [PDF 6065KB]
- Annual Report 2003/04 [PDF 1289KB]
- Annual Report 2002/03 [PDF 1026KB]
- Annual Report 2002 [PDF 1963KB]
Disability Action Plan
Like many organisations, ACMI has a history of providing access to people with disabilities. Through the development of its Disability Action Plan (DAP), ACMI reinforces its commitment to people of all abilities to have equal and independent access to all policies, programs and services.
ACMI follows a key principle in the DAP that is the concept of Universal Access. Universal Access is based on social inclusion. It is applied holistically to an organisation in its planning, built elements and service provision. ACMI plans to provide access for visitors, clients, business associates, artists, exhibitors and employees to all areas of the organisation.