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2014 Festival Venues

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1. Forum Theatre, Festival Lounge and MIFF Box Office
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154 Flinders Street (corner of Flinders and Russell streets)
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2. ACMI Cinemas, Australian Centre for the Moving Image
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Federation Square
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3. Arts Centre Melbourne
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Hamer Hall, St Kilda Road
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4. Hoyts Cinemas, Melbourne Central
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Level 3, corner of Swanston and La Trobe streets
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5. Kino Cinemas, a Palace Cinemas Partner
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Lower Ground Level, 45 Collins Street
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6. RMIT Capitol Theatre
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113 Swanston Street
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7. Shebeen
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36 Manchester Lane
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8. Treasury Theatre
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1 Macarthur Street (behind the Old Treasury building on Spring Street)
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The Treasury Theatre sound system is powered by amplifiers generously supplied by  

 

9. Village Roadshow Theatrette
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State Library of Victoria
328 Swanston Street (Entry from La Trobe Street)
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10. The Wheeler Centre
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176 Little Lonsdale Street
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IMAX Cinema
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Melbourne Museum
Rathdowne Street, Carlton
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Melbourne Planetarium
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Scienceworks
2 Booker Street, Spotswood
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How to get to MIFF

Festival venues 1–10 are located in the CBD and are shown on the map below. The off-map venues (IMAX Cinema and Melbourne Planetarium) can be located via the Google Maps links above.

For Parking information click here.

Trams, train or buses are some of the easiest and most environmentally friendly ways to get to the festival. The closest Metro train stations (Flinders Street, Melbourne Central and Parliament) are indicated on the map below.

For timetable information and service details visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.