SOME FILM MUSEUMS I HAVE KNOWN, 19-22 MAY @ ACMI, MELBOURNE.

Some Film Museums I Have Known

Cecily Hardy and John Leary. Photo by Will Mansfield, 2009

Who wouldn’t love a festival that runs under the motto “No Risk Too Great”? The 2010 Next Wave Festival is a collection of events involving some 300 artists across a range of endeavours and Melbourne venues. “Not only in galleries and theatres,” says Festival Director Jeff Khan, “but also on our streets, in sporting clubs, high on rooftops and across a host of Melbourne’s most intriguing public and private spaces.”

As part of the Festival, opening 8pm tonight at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image is the “darkly comic journey into the heart of one woman’s cinematic obsession”: Some Film Museums I Have Known

The performance/film is a “tongue-in-cheek exploration into the cultural dominance of Hollywood. Acclaimed theatre company Rhubarb Rhubarb, the team behind the wildly popular cinema remixes Wonka! and The Mad Max Remix, have created a world of dioramas, tiny cameras, VHS and internal monologues within an ever-evolving DIY set.”

Some Film Museums I Have Known is running same time each evening until this Saturday 22nd (+ a 2pm Sat matinee)

AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR THE MOVING IMAGE,
FEDERATION SQUARE, MELBOURNE

ENTRY
$15/ $13 concession
Tickets 1300 727 432

www.nextwave.org.au

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