It's a bit cloudy today. We came to the Australian Image Center, Acmi, located in Federal Square, which is one of the main venues of the Ian Porter National Art Center. Not only is the appearance strange, but it is also very eye-opening, especially popular with children. The center has two cinemas of different specifications, showing classic and latest films from all over the world. There is also one of the world's largest screen exhibition halls. Through objects, sound, continuous lens and artistic devices, from movies to the latest digital media works, we can understand the various forms and presentation of dynamic images. It also collects tools and projection equipment for different periods of film production, which vividly shows the history of film and television development. There are also two studios on the second floor and a video production and learning base for children.
It's worth watching. The scenery is good just in summer. The Peugeot Opera House is magnificent.
Australian image, your impression and my imagination, let's go~~~~
The building is an important part of the Federal Square, which represents the interpretation of the whole modernized style. The east-leaning building itself is an important palace for displaying dynamic art, but it is closely integrated with the commercial body and serves as an important channel broadcasting center for local TV stations to explain the importance of interactive media in today's society.
It's the strange building like Jigong's patched suit in Federal Square. There are many scientific and technological exhibitions about image making, such as how Weia in science fiction swordsman movies is hidden, and how some animations are painted one by one and then linked up. If you are interested, you can spend most of the day browsing.
Located in Federal Square, one street away from Flinders Railway Station, free of charge. There's a big screen behind it. When it comes to major events, the local people like to lie in the square, bask in the sun and watch the big screen. There are several restaurants in the square. They mainly serve simple meals. There aren't many people, at least they don't have to wait. There are public toilets in the square. There are fewer public toilets in Melbourne than in Beijing, so we should use them as soon as we meet them. There's an ATM next to the bathroom that can use the UnionPay Card. Drinking beer in the sun and lying on the square watching the Australian Open are still very pleasant.
Acmi is one of the main venues in Ian Porter's National Gallery of Art. It is facing Flinders Railway Station. It has two main screening halls. Besides ordinary movies, it is also the base of many avant-garde movies. Melbourne Film Festival, the main auditorium of Comrade Film Festival. The Bookstore inside is very distinctive. It sells books and video products related to movies, as well as toys related to movies.