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Australian Film Institute (AFI) Collection

RMIT University, Australia
Alex Gionfriddo (Aggregated by)
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1. AFI Research Collection Items within this collection are protected by the Copyright Act 1968. Copying of these materials can be done within the requirements of the Copyright Act. Please contact the Collection Librarian for more details. 2. Bonza falls under the Creative Commons Attribution, Non Commercial, No Derivative Works 3.0 Australia

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AFI Research Collection The items held by the AFI Research Collection can be accessed by the public during regular opening hours our outside of these hours by appointment only. There are no restrictions to accessing these materials, however the materials cannot be loaned out. The regular opening hours for the AFI Research Collection are: Tuesday 11am-4pm Wednesday 2pm-7pm Thursday 11am-4pm Visits can be arranged outside of these hours. The AFI Research Collection is not staffed on weekends. For more information please contact the AFI Research Collection on 03 9925-2829 or by email: afiresearch@rmit.edu.au http://www.afiresearch.rmit.edu.au

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A collection of materials from and about the Australian Film Institute (AFI) collected since its inception in 1958. The AFI has been the premier non-government film organisation for the promotion and acknowledgement of the Australian film industry. Primarily this has occurred through the organisation of the AFI Awards (held annually), which has become the principal outlet to celebrate the best work within any given year in Australian film. The AFI provides support to filmmakers and film workers and also ran a short film distribution service, an exhibition arm (with cinemas in Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart), and a research and information centre (known now as the AFI Research Collection). The distribution, exhibition, and research activities have ceased at the AFI though in 2002 the AFIRC was moved to its current home at RMIT University. Due to the fact that the AFIRC was a section of the AFI a substantial collection of materials on the AFI was amassed at the AFIRC. The AFIRC has continued to collect materials pertaining to the AFI since its move to RMIT University. The materials held in this collection are mainly in the form of clippings files on the AFI as well as booklets and glossy brochures created for the various AFI Awards ceremonies.
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