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Australian Centre for the Moving Image

Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Australian Centre for the Moving Image might sound stuffy, but this one-of-a-kind museum is sure to enthrall and delight. Centrally located in Federation Square, ACMI pays homage to Australian cinema, TV and digital culture, with a vibrant calendar of exhibitions and festivals, hands-on workshops and education programs. Head straight to its free, permanent exhibition, Screen Worlds, which spans 110 years of moving image history, from the early beginnings of film to the rise of television, video games and the Internet.
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Australian Centre for the Moving Image
If your first day in Melbourne took you to many of its Victorian and Edwardian masterpieces, your second day provides opportunities to experience its exciting cultural scene today. The Australian Centre for the Moving Image on Federation Square is a must-visit for anyone who is a fan of Australian film, though its exhibitions also cover developments in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere. Other stops on John’s itinerary are the Ian Potter Centre, also on Federation Square, home of the Australian collection of the National Gallery; the Centre for Contemporary Art; and the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia’s oldest art museum.

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Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
+61 3 8663 2200