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The Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque, at GoMA, presents retrospective and thematic film programs and exhibitions, exploring the important lines of influence between the moving image and other areas of visual culture, and showcasing the work of influential filmmakers and artists. Its mission is to collect, conserve, present and interpret film and screen culture.

Facilities include two cinemas, with more than 300 seats combined. The smaller cinema features retractable seating to allow for multimedia performances and events. There is also a dedicated media gallery for screen-related exhibitions, and facilities for video production.

Significant international, Asian, Pacific, Australian and Indigenous Australian artists are represented in the Gallery’s film and moving-image collection. Other collection development areas include video art that responds to the specific history and genres of cinema; animation, especially from Asia; and conceptual art and its legacy through performance.

The Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque is an Associate Member of the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), an organisation of the world’s leading film archives dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of film.

View current Cinema Program flipbook

David Lynch: Between Two Worlds

David Lynch: Between Two Worlds

14 March - 7 June 2015 | Australian Cinémathèque, GOMA
Alongside his esteemed career as a filmmaker, David Lynch has worked as a visual artist for 50 years to produce an extensive body of paintings, photography and works on paper. 'David Lynch: Between Two Worlds' is a rare opportunity to consider Lynch's entire creative vision and the relationships between his visual art practice and filmmaking... Read more

Brought To Light: Shirley Clarke and the New York beat

Brought To Light: Shirley Clarke and the New York beat

12 – 26 June 2015 | FREE
A dynamic member of the New York independent film movement of the 1950s and 1960s, Shirley Clarke (1919–97) is one of the great untold stories of North American cinema. A dancer turned video artist and filmmaker, her work pushed beyond the boundaries of fiction and non-fiction and explored the space in-between.... Read more