Australia’s national museum for film, television, video games, digital culture and art.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is Australia's national museum of film, video games, digital culture and art – situated at the heart of Melbourne in Federation Square. ACMI is a leading international cultural organisation which celebrates, explores and promotes the cultural and creative richness of the moving image in all its forms – film, television and digital culture. ACMI harnessed the powerful capabilities of digital & creative art to become one of the world’s leading moving image centres, internationally recognised for its commitment to bringing excellence and innovation in world film and digital media to Australian audiences. ACMI is one of Australia’s major cultural, learning and tourism destinations, and it contributes strongly to Melbourne's reputation for arts and culture.
The ACMI Collection comprises a wealth of Australian and international moving image works, with two main cinemas equipped to play every film, video and digital video format, and the most extensive projection facilities in the southern hemisphere. ACMI undertakes partnerships with a variety of Film Festivals Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne Queer Film Festival, Korean Film Festival, the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, Little Big Shots, the Melbourne International Animation Festival and more.
Discover the classics of Australian cinema, explore special exhibitions or be creative & produce your own short film. ACMI conducts hands-on creative workshops, live panel forums, school holiday programs, exhibitions and screenings.
Fed Square, Melbourne
Open daily from 10am