Australian Centre for the Moving Image
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Won't cost you a penny. The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), at Federation Square, Melbourne, is Australia's national museum of film, video games, digital culture and art. During the 2015–16, 1.45 million people visited ACMI, the second-highest attendance of any gallery or museum in…
As one of Australia's major cultural, tourism, leisure and learning destinations, ACMI is integral to Melbourne's international reputation as one of the world's truly creative cities. Located at the heart of Melbourne's iconic Federation Square, ACMI celebrates, explores and promotes the cultural…
Australia's national museum of TV, film, games, art and digital culture. There's always something eye-opening to find at ACMI. It's hosted some of the most exciting and popular exhibitions in Melbourne over the last decade. What makes them so well visited is often their broad, pop culture appeal.
If you’re a fan of film, this is a must do. Australia’s national museum of film, TV, videogames, digital culture and art (as of November 2019 ACMI is closed for redevelopment).
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