ACMI is screening six classics of desperation, corruption and violence from "Bloody" Sam Peckinpah, from the legendary Wild Bunch to lesser...Australian Centre for the Moving Image - ACMI, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
Are you the leisurely type who loves movies, inhaling upholstery and leaving food wrappers all over your car? If you are, get excited, because...Coburg Drive-In, 155 Newlands Rd, Coburg
The 48 Hour Film Project, part of "the world's largest time-based film competition", is back for its 7th year. See what some manage in the...Australian Centre for the Moving Image - ACMI, Cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, Melbourne
One Wednesday each month through to September, NFP film society DADo will be screening classic and imported docos, shorts and feature length films...Robin Boyd House, 290 Walsh St, South Yarra
The Lavazza Italian Film Festival again brings Italy's outstanding cinema, and – at least in their English translations – many with titles...Around Melbourne , Around Melbourne, 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
Upstairs at 1000 Pound Bend is Rancho Notorious, a 1950s-style speakeasy cinema available for public hire. Gather your mates...361 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne
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...
Catch a flick under the stars at these outdoor cinemas.
The B-movie legend explains why special effects aren’t enough.