We currently hold screening every Wednesday night and some Monday nights for most of the year.
The Melbourne Cinémathèque makes a diverse range of international cinematic landmarks and rarities, including cult, experimental, documentary, silent and short films accessible to the Melbourne public.
Keep up to date through our website or newsletter, or by following us on Facebook and Twitter. Check screening information and buy your membership pass on the ACMI website.
Our 2023 print calendar will be available for download shortly.
2023 Calendar Notes by:
Adrian Danks, Andréas Giannopoulos, Cerise Howard, Paul Jeffery, Gabriel Keeble-Gagnère, Dylan Rainforth, Eloise Ross, Alifeleti Tuapasi Toki, Alex Williams
The Melbourne Cinémathèque is committed to producing new writing on the films featured in its programme helping promote an historically aware & critically literate film culture.
CTEQ Annotations are published as part of the quarterly online film journal Senses of Cinema. Print-outs of the CTEQ Annotations are made available at our screenings. Direct links to relevent Cteq Annotations and Senses of Cinema articles are provided on each film’s page on this site. The key purpose of these annotations is to provide a context for the further appreciation of a specific film by discussing aspects of its production and critical history, by providing a reading of its aesthetic qualities, by analysing its place within a series of related contexts (a particular national cinema, the work of a director, actor, etc.), and so on. They also provide a forum for the sustained discussion and close textual analysis of individual films, while contributing to a substantial database of such writing.
Prior to each edition of Senses of Cinema a list of films screening at the Melbourne Cinémathèque is circulated via the Senses of Cinema and Cinémathèque mailing lists.
To join the mailing list for Cteq Annotations please email email@example.com.
Explore the rich history of The Melbourne Cinèmathéque through our past calendars.