Seniors' Cinema

Fine films for grown-up tastes.

Drawing on the best of Australian and international cinema, screenings feature well-crafted, character-driven stories, elegant period dramas, quirky comedies and fascinating documentaries.

Saturdays and Sundays 11am, Mondays 1.30pm, Tuesdays 2.30pm
Seniors $7 ACMI Member/ACMI Film Member (Seniors) $5
Carers admitted free of charge
Full/Concession $12.50
ACMI Member/ACMI Film Member $11

Curated by Roberta Ciabarra

Still Mine

Screen greats James Cromwell and Genevieve Bujold are simply wonderful in this understated drama of rare and unaffected intimacy.


Berlinale Best Actress winner Paulina Garcia inhabits every frame of Sebastian Lelio's festival hit.


The classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Snow White, retold in the ravishing style of a Golden Age silent cinema classic.

Good Ol' Freda

The amazing untold story of Freda Kelly, the Liverpudlian teen who became the Beatles' private secretary.

Mr Morgan's Last Love

Michael Caine is reliably excellent as a prickly widower in this poignant, nuanced drama from the director of 'Mostly Martha'.

Don Quixote

The Paris Opera Ballet's newest production of Don Quixote, recorded during their 2013 season, with choreography by Rudolf Nureyev.

Le Week-End

Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan take an anniversary trip to Paris in the new film from the director of 'The Mother' and 'Venus'.


Judi Dench and Steve Coogan star in this compelling, bittersweet true-life drama based on the extraordinary life of Philomena Lee.


The heart-warming story of a 10-year-old girl as she learns to reconcile her dreams with the moral code of her religion.

On My Way (Elle s'en va)

Catherine Deneuve takes the wheel on a road trip with a difference in French filmmaker Emanuelle Bercot's charming family drama.

Saving Mr. Banks

Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson bring mega-watt star power to the untold story of how Mary Poppins made the leap from page to screen.

Fill the Void

Israeli actress Hadas Yaron is sublime in her Venice Film Festival award-winning performance in Rama Burshtein's debut.

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