National Reconciliation Week
27 May – 3 June
Generations of Australians have fought hard for meaningful change but more effort is needed to create a just, equitable and reconciled Australia. Saturday 27 May marks the start of National Reconciliation Week. The #NRW2023 theme calls on all Australians to act today to tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation with Australia’s First Nations People.
Two Girls from Amoonguna
Exhibition | Open daily
Two First Nations artists recount their intertwining journeys of friendship and resilience in the Central Desert through the medium of animation.
Register for First Nations Film Club
A bi-monthly meet-up for First Nations People to watch and discuss the films that speak to Mob.
Stories & Ideas
Get to the heart of the moving image with articles and interviews from First Nations Peoples' perspectives.
Goddess: Power, Glamour, Rebellion programs
The Story of the Moving Image
FREE exhibition | open daily
Journey through the past, present and future of the moving image.
Featured in The Story of the Moving Image
Screening in ACMI Cinemas
Discover curated film programs and festivals, and watch classic and contemporary films in our cinemas.
Fuel your passion for film from home. Rent new releases, classics and revivals of our past programs at the click of a button.
Experience ACMI in the very best way. Get a range of discounts and invitations to exclusive previews. Free to concession card holders.
Food & Drink at Hero
As well as great coffee and snacks, our restaurant and bar at Fed Square features a seasonal menu developed by acclaimed Melbourne chef Karen Martini.
Melbourne's favourite shop dedicated to all things moving image. Every purchase supports your museum of screen culture.
Schools & Teachers
Book an exciting workshop, film, talk or exhibition visit for your onsite excursion in 2023.
The ACMI Collection
Discover the old and new, unique and nostalgic in our ever-evolving collection of objects and works from the universe of screen culture.