Spring Break Cinema is back for a second year, with a program leaning on indie favourites that celebrate the music, film and fashion of the...Howler, 7-11 Dawson St, Brunswick
The David Bowie Is film program’s divvied up into clever categories: after all, Bowie represents different things to different people, so it...ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
Filmmaker, puppeteer and performer, Jim Henson was a legend of film and TV who created characters, stories and entertainment that continues to...ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
Hawthorn East's Rivoli Cinemas is celebrating 75 years with a month of classics, culminating in an special Gala event. Since opening in 1940,...Rivoli Cinemas, 200 Camberwell Rd, Hawthorn East
To coincide with October’s Melbourne Festival , set to bring out the West End stage adaptation of George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece...ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
Major exhibitions relating to movie culture happen here as well as screenings in two cinemas.Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
Backlot Studios is a private cinema, which also has a café/bar and function area.65 Haig St, Southbank
Deja-View Cinema moves to Smith Street for its second year, playing classics, cult, and secret screenings. Also returning: the "John Candybar" and...466 Smith St, Collingwood
One of Victoria's last drive-in cinemas.133 Nepean Hwy, Dromana
Yes – they still do exist! Open in 1956, the Lunar Drive-in Theatre Dandenong is the largest drive-in in Australia. Films are shown every day...115 South Gippsland Hwy, Dandenong
The little girl from The Exorcist is in Australia for the movie’s 40th anniversary.
Melbourne's first World Movies Secret Cinema was 'holy' successful.
Cult doco Blank City is screened in Melbourne this month. Director Celine Danhier recalls New York's No Wave art movement and what's lacking in...
Follow Time Out's itinerary for what we reckon is a pretty perfect October day.
The B-movie legend explains why special effects aren’t enough.