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Film Archive


Focus Seasons

Matthew Barney's Cremaster Cycle

Rediscover the immersive visual treasures from acclaimed artist Matthew Barney in this special encore season.

Weekly & Monthly Programs

Long Play Archive 2014

Selected from the finest offerings of new and newly restored international cinema, our extended run seasons give you time to enjoy the ride!

Australian Perspectives Archive 2014

Contemporary Australian filmmaking is framed against a backdrop of archival classics and special guest presentations.

First Look Archive 2014

ACMI presents exclusive monthly screenings of superb new films and restored classics that you won't see anywhere else.

Seniors' Cinema Archive 2014

An ongoing program of fine films for grown-up tastes that draws on the best of Australian and international cinema.

Kids' Flicks Archive 2014

Our fun-filled Kids' Flicks program is guaranteed to delight and captivate the imagination of children and grown-ups alike.

Cinémathèque Archive 2014

Dedicated to screening rare and significant films from the history of international cinema.

Melbourne Filmoteca Archive 2014

Discover the best of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American film in this monthly program.

Special Programs

From Nothing, Something

Explore first-hand how big ideas start and map their journey to realisation in this fresh documentary film.

Melbourne Queer Film Festival 2014

The best in queer film from Australia and around the world.

Vive La Mode! Fashion on Film

From fine tailoring to the latest runway shows in Paris, this season we are right on trend with the freshest fashion documentaries.

Pause Fest

Get inside the twisted minds of digital culture's greatest talents as they walk the lines between motion, web, creative, music, gaming and start-ups.

The Golden Koala Chinese Film Festival 2014

This vibrant festival aims to promote a better understanding of Chinese film culture.

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