ACMI will be closed for renovations until mid-2020. Film programs can still be seen at the Capitol Theatre and Treasure Theatre.
Enter a world of cinema, gaming, TV and digital culture.
Catch classics of Australian cinema, explore the special exhibitions or create your own short film. ACMI brings the world of the moving image to life with hands-on workshops, live panel forums, exhibitions and screenings.
The first centre of its kind in the world, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) celebrates, explores and promotes the cultural and creative richness of the moving image in all its forms – film, television and digital culture. Through a vibrant calendar of award-winning exhibitions, films, festivals, live events, creative workshops, school holiday programs and Collection resources, ACMI provides diverse audiences with unsurpassed ways to engage with the moving image.
Since opening the doors in 2002, ACMI has established and cemented a reputation as one of the world’s leading moving image centres and is internationally recognised for its commitment to bringing excellence and innovation in world film and digital media to Australian audiences.
Entry to ACMI’s permanent exhibition, Screen Worlds: The Story of Film, Television and Digital Culture is free, although charges apply for film screenings and some temporary exhibitions.
See what free and ticketed exhibitions are now showing at ACMI with the online calendar.
ACMI Cinemas »
Discover the riches of over a century of cinema through film festivals, curated seasons and regular themed film programs.
Talks + Live Events »
Behind-the-scenes talks and live events at ACMI offer insight and inspiration from key creatives and industry experts.
Creative Workshops »
Get hands-on with the moving image in a green screen experience or make your own film in a creative workshop under the guidance of ACMI’s resident filmmakers and producers.