Screen Worlds: The Story of Film, Television and Digital Culture is ACMI’s permanent exhibition celebrating and exploring the moving image in all its forms: film, television and digital culture.
The exhibition spans 110 years of moving image history, charting the early beginnings of film to the rise of television, games, the internet and the dominance of the digital age. From pre-cinematic objects and forms through to the rich and enveloping immersive media we experience today, Screen Worlds contains 220 screen-based displays, 30 hours of moving image content (including newly commissioned works) and hundreds of original objects and memorabilia.
Screen Worlds dynamically illustrates how each form of the moving image has emerged as a creative medium. Within three core and conceptually connected sections; Emergence, Voices, and Sensation. The exhibition explores the impact each form has had on our senses and emotions and the role they’ve played in shaping our society, both from an Australian perspective and in an international context.
Screen Worlds Orientation Tour
Daily 11am + 2.30pm > Free
Our free guided orientation tours are the perfect way to begin your Screen Worlds experience. Tours for individuals and families run for approximately 30 minutes and operate on a first come, first served basis, with a maximum of 15 people per tour. Note: subject to change without notice.
Self-guided and educator-led visits are available from 10am to 2pm weekdays, and must be booked in advance. To make a booking please visit Screen Worlds Education Visits.