Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne

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Featuring interactive exhibits, large-scale projections, computer animations, and digital media, Australian Centre for the Moving Image offers a detailed look at contemporary and historic screen-based Australian art. Located on the iconic Federation Square, this modern gallery is dedicated to the moving image in all forms. The center includes two state-of-the-art movie theaters, where you can attend regular screenings of restored classic films and new releases. You can also time your visit programs such as film festivals, exclusive screenings of independent movies, and budget movie presentations aimed at families with small kids. Make sure to drop by the site's store, located on the entry level, where you can purchase books, DVDs, toys, and souvenirs. Arrange your visit to Australian Centre for the Moving Image and discover more family-friendly attractions in Melbourne using our Melbourne trip itinerary maker.
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  • Attended an invite event only for breakfast and am presentation - first time I had seen this venue - it's pretty drab surroundings not inviting and not representing the name at all - there are better ...  more »
  • We happened to come across the Australian Centre for the Moving Image whilst at Federation Square and we were glad we did. Admission is free and the Centre transports you back in time to the history o...  more »
  • This is a lovely place to visit if you are a movie goer and are interested in how the movie scene has developed. Lots of hands on stuff for you try out too. Fun for families with young ones too as the...  more »