What to see at MQFF 2022
A prime selection of local and international drama, comedy, documentary, and everything in between; from boundary-pushing filmmakers across the globe.
Notes from weekly Melbourne Cinémathèque programs.
The Story of the Moving Image
Curating our centrepiece exhibition
Our visitor experience guides pose questions to the curators and creators behind our exhibition, The Story of the Moving Image.
Don't mess with The Ferals: revisiting the cult classic series
"The Ferals are loud, obnoxious, dangerous, bad-mannered and ugly. We want more!" 
Heavenly Bodies: Alexander Perrin and Joshua Tatangelo in conversation
The Melbourne-based duo discuss how they crafted their stellar physics-focused game.
Primary colours: adapting superhero costumes from page to screen
As Thor crashes into cinemas and ACMI with Thor: Love and Thunder, unmask the comic book origins of superhero costumes and their big screen adaptations.
Explore our constellations, the connections between film, TV, videogames and art
Play it Again – for the first time
What happens when a high school student discovers classic Ausssie videogames from the 1990s?
Create something you love: tips for aspiring filmmakers
We caught up with Top Screen 2022 Jury Prize winners, Erin Kim, Alissa Mohamed and Finn Woodlock, to share their hot tips and filmmaking insights.
Re-imagining a fairytale world: renewing our Fairytales and Fantasy workshop
Transformative creative learning experiences are integral to ACMI’s identity as a museum of screen culture and to our learning program.
Your one-stop guide for school holidays at home
Have fun and keep busy over the school holidays with these activity ideas for creative kids.
Light and Shadow: getting into the flow
Get a glimpse into ACMI's new Education program through our Light and Shadow workshop