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Members in Action

Thanks to Richard Ashton, the original and full version of “Members in Action”, made in 2007 has been located and is now uploaded to YouTube.“Pictures in Motion – Museum of Film and Television ”  Members in Action 2006-2007 . In 2007, Richard Ashton wrote and directed a documentary on the activities of a band of Cinema and TV pioneers, who congregated under the banner of the Australian Museum of Motion Picture and Television.This followed a…

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IN FOCUS

The next In Focus will be on Wednesday 21st August at 7.30pm. Former TVW Chief Engineer JOHN QUICKE will be making a presentation about the Perth Entertainment Centre on Wednesday 21st August, 2019.John will explain all the intricacies of building the PEC and highlights of some of the shows will be screened.This free event will include nibbles and drinks and will be held at the East Victoria Park RSL Hall, Fred Bell Parade, Bentley – between…

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THE PICTURE PALACES OF PERTH

Curated by our very own Roy Mudge, in partnership with the City of Melville Wireless Hill Museum. The exhibition salutes four cinemas of Perth in the 1920s-30s and runs till November 2019. Why not go along on Sunday 30th June and have a look  at our restored projectors and other memorabilia. Then stay for Roy’s presentation on the History of Technicolor from 2pm till 3pm.

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PICTURES IN MOTION at Sunset, featured in Chronicle, an award winning Presentation Short Documentary Film.

PICTURES IN MOTION at Sunset, Featured in  Chronicle, an award winning Presentation Short Documentary Film. In the last two months of 2017 the Sunset AMMPT working Bee team was approached by film and TV camera Students from Perth Central TAFE to make a short film about our operation. They were very impressed with our marvellous collection of vintage and antique equipment and in talking to a few of us they were convinced we could be…

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Channel Seven 08.02.2019

Channel Seven has run a story on AMMPT on Friday night on Today Tonight at 6.30pm. Thank you Channel Seven. Here are some of the photos (screenshots) from the programme.            

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