Box Office: 1800 067 274
Arc is a 250-seat state-of-the-art screening venue built with careful attention to heritage values and situated within the art deco Northern Exhibition Gallery of the NFSA’s Acton headquarters. Arc features customised archival-quality projection equipment, brilliant audio and a special pre-screening light and sound show that makes the Arc experience unique.
The NFSA is situated in the heart of Canberra on McCoy Circuit, Acton, between the shores of Lake Burley Griffin and the elegant grounds of the Australian National University. Just a 10 minute walk from the city and state bus interchanges. You are most welcome to call in, perhaps on your way from the National Gallery of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, Questacon or the National Library of Australia to the National Museum of Australia.
On the number 3: Alight at Edinburgh Ave stop and proceed 600m to entrance on McCoy circuit.
For disabled access, alight at Liversidge St stop and proceed 400m to entrance on Liversidge St.
On the number 81: Alight at Edinburgh Ave stop and proceed 600m to entrance on McCoy circuit.
There is dedicated visitor paid parking on the premises between McCoy Circuit and Ellery Cresent. There is also limited free parking surrounding the building on Liversidge Street.
Opening Night will be held at Event Cinemas Top Ryde
NOTE: The remainder sessions will be held at Dendy Opera Quays
Venue: Event Cinemas - Top Ryde
109-135 Blaxland Rd Top
Top Ryde City Shopping Centre Ryde, NSW 2112
GENERAL $35 + bf
Red Carpet from 6:30pm, feature at 7:00pm
All General Sessions + Closing Night
Venue: Dendy Opera Quays
Shop 9, East Circular Quay
Sydney NSW 2000
(02) 9247 3800
GENERAL $18 CONCESSION $15 CLOSING NIGHT $25
ALL SESSIONS ARE ALLOCATED SEATING
Tickets are now available on the Mercury Cinema website, please make sure you RSVP to our Facebook to be kept up to date, this is where we will also upload any photos we take on the nights.
Opening Night Gala $35
General Sessions $15 Full, Concession $13
Festival Pass - available from the box office 8410 0979
*Excludes Opening film & Special Events. Three films must be selected when purchasing the pass and processed in the one transaction.
OPENING NIGHT GALA $38 ACMI Member: $37
General Admission Sessions Full: $18 Concession: $15 ACMI Member: $14
6 SESSION PASS (excluding opening night)
Full: $84 Concession: $72 ACMI Member: $60
3 SESSION PASS (excluding opening night)
Full: $45 Concession: $36 ACMI Member: $33
ACMI, Federation Square, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Box Office (daily 10am-5pm): (03) 8663 2583
Public car parking is available at Federation Square and in Flinders Lane.
The Federation Square car park is accessible via the main entrance on Russell Street, or via the service road on Batman Avenue.
Federation Square Car Park, Telephone: (03) 9655 1995. Federation Square Parking Information
You can catch buses, trams or trains to Federation Square. Timetable information is available from Public Transport Victoria by calling 1800 800 007 or on their website at: http://ptv.vic.gov.au/
Tram numbers 48, 70, 75 and the City Circle tram stop on Flinders Street outside Federation Square. Tram numbers 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 22, 64, 67, 72 stop outside Flinders Street Station.
Opening Night gala includes Film+Gala event in the cinema foyer
Opening Night Film + Gala $35
Full general session $17 / Concession general session $15
New Farm Six Cinemas, 701 Brunswick St, New Farm, QLD, 4005, Australia
Box Office: (07) 3358 4444
Featuring a variety of mainstream and arthouse titles year-round, this hot venue recently hosted the Queensland Film Festival and the Indian International Film Festival of Queensland.
Ample 'No Limit' Street Parking is available at New Farm Cinemas. Please see the parking map on their website.
Bus: Catch bus the bus right to our door
196 service from Fairfield, Highgate Hill, South Brisbane, City, Valley, Merthyr
199 service from West End Ferry, Cultural Centre, City
CityCat: Catch the free city hopper ferry, from North Quay to Sydney Street Ferry Terminal, New Farm. 10 min walk to their door.
IFFA returns to the Revelation Perth International Film Festival with a selection of films from our 2014 programme. The festival runs from July 2-12, and includes I'm Not Angry!, and Fish & Cat, along with Paternal House, Painting Pool and Kami's Party.
Tickets on sale now! For the fifth IFFA 2015 we are at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, one of Australia's most unique institutions focussing on all forms of the moving image. They have upcoming programs surrounding space oddity David Bowie and Muppetmaster Jim Henson.
IFFA returns for its fifth year in 2015, and we're returning to our home suburb of New Farm. The New Farm Six Cinemas, a newly refurbished and remodelled treasure in the heart of New Farm, will host IFFA for 2015.
Panelists discuss contemporary Iranian cinema in the context of accelerating inflation, trade restrictions, a currency crisis, high unemployment rate, restrictions on money transfers, a paranoid conservative government and the continuous breakdown of nuclear negotiations. International sanctions have had highly detrimental consequences for Iran’s democratic process. In light of recent developments is there potential for cinema to facilitate social change and inter-cultural understanding?
Tickets on sale now!
This year we are returning to our old friends at the National Film & Sound Archive. Host to a number of film events in Canberra, they're hosting an upcoming Arab Film Festival, and a selection of children's animal-based films, Animal Crackers.
IFFA returns to Dendy Newtown for the 5th IFFA 2015! Part of the greater Dendy chain, the Newtown cinema offers mainstream and arthouse titles, as well as exclusive MET Opera events and cult film screenings. Dendy Newtown was also the home of this year's Sydney Film Festival.
This year for the fifth IFFA we return to Mercury Cinema, Adelaide's great little cinémathèque, this single screen cinema screens carefully curated film programmes, including an OzAsia festival, featuring films classics by Akira Kurosawa, documentaries by Joshua Oppenheimer and work by Ann Hui.