The Melbourne Cinémathèque conducts an Annual General Meeting of members each year around May.

ADDRESS
Melbourne Cinémathèque
Level 11, Manchester Unity Building
220 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000

GENERAL INQUIRIES
melbournecinematheque@westnet.com.au

MAILING LIST
Send us an email with SUBSCRIBE as the subject.

CONTACTS

The Melbourne Cinémathèque is curated & administered by a committee of volunteers.

MEMBERSHIP OFFICER
Michael Koller | melbournecinematheque@westnet.com.au

PROGRAM CO-ORDINATOR
Eloise Ross | eloise.ross@gmail.com

SPONSORSHIP MANAGER
Patricia Amad | patricia@presentcompany.com.au

CALENDAR & SCREEN ADVERTISING MARKETING CO-ORDINATOR
Andréas Giannopoulos | andreas@sensesofcinema.com

WEBSITE DESIGN & MAINTENANCE
Alifeleti Tuapasi Toki | alifeleti@gmail.com

TICKETING & VENUE

Admission to The Melbourne Cinémathèque requires a membership.

Memberships can be obtained online at the ACMI website, or by filling out a small form available at the ACMI box office before screenings.

VENUE
ACMI Cinemas, Federation Square

MEMBERSHIPS

Memberships available at
– ACMI Tickets and Information Desk (03 8663 2583)
– Online at www.acmi.net.au (booking fees apply for online transactions)

Annual
* Admission for 12 months from date of purchase
– Full $160 / Conc. $140 (GST inclusive) **

Mini
* Admission to 3 consecutive nights
– Full $30 / Conc. $25 (GST inclusive) **

Friends of Cinematheque *
* Admission for 12 months from date of purchase
– Full: $280 / Concession: $250 (GST inclusive)

* The Friends of Cinémathèque membership is a way for you to support the vitality of the Melbourne Cinémathèque, an independently organised, notfor-profit organisation. In addition to annual membership you will receive:

• 1 complimentary ticket for an ACMI programmed cinema session
• 3 × single passes to bring a friend to a Cinémathèque screening any time in the calendar year
• Discounted member prices for ACMI programmed cinema sessions
• 15% discount at ACMI Cafe z Bar and the ACMI Store
• Exclusive invitations to cinema events, previews and screenings
• Subscription to the ACMI Film Member e-news
• An ACMI Film Membership card that can be used to scan into Cinémathèque sessions.

* Check our program for occasional early starting times as well as breaks & changes in the programming schedule. The Melbourne Cinémathèque reserves the right to alter membership rates and may apply additional charges for special events.

Membership does not ensure admission: members will only be admitted to cinema capacity. Admission 18+ except where classification is indicated.

PARTNERS & SUPPORTERS

MELBOURNE CINÈMATHÉQUE IS GRATEFUL TO:

ACMI Collections, Park Circus and especially Graham Fulton, Madman Entertainment, Paramount Pictures Australia, Walt Disney Company Melbourne, Cineteca di Bolgna, Potential Films, Surf Film Srl, Association of Moving Image Archivists Listserv, Filmoteca de la UNAM, Film Programmers Listserv, Umbrella Entertainment, Cristaldi Film, Aztec International, Jupiter Communications, MK2, StudioCanal Australia, Gaumont Film Company, Cinecittà Luce, The Czech and Slovak Film Festival of Australia, Národní filmový archiv (National Film Archive in Prague), British Film Institute, 20th Century Fox Australia, New Vision Film Distributors, NBC Universal Studio Pictures, UCLA Film and Television Archive, The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival, The Melbourne Queer Film Festival, The Museum of Modern Art – New York, The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project, John Hughes, Sue Ford Archive, Ben Ford, Joy Hirst, Nigel Buesst, Barbara Creed, Ivan Gaal, Peter Tammer, Jane Campion, Deb Verhoeven, Roadshow Films, Les Films du Losange, Pathé, The Festival Agency, Wild Bunch, Elle Driver, Le Petit Bureau, Milestone Films, Tamasa Distribution, Rialto Distribution, Sony Pictures Australia, Hirokazu Koreeda, TV Man Union, Bun-buku Inc., Entertainment One Films, Icon Film Distribution, New Zealand Film Commission, Australian Film Television and Radio School, Ronin Films, Footprint Films, Co-production Office, Mandragora, Anca & Cristi Puiu, Library of Congress Washington, Lobster Films, Sue Maslin, Daryl Dellora, Belva Film GmbH, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Rachel Brown

Australian Centre for the Moving Image and especially Reece Goodwin, The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, Film Victoria, Screen Australia, Patricia Amad and Present Company Included, Sirena Tuna, Stellar Dental, Senses of Cinema, the Italian Institute of Culture, the Goethe-Institut, 3RRR.

 

 

MAJOR SUPPORTERS & PROGRAM PARTNERS 2017

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