Film director Martin Scorsese’s career spans more than 50 years, an exhibition celebrating his legacy will be take place at Australian Centre For The Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne from 26 May to 18 September, 2016.

It was conceived and organised by the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum for Film and Television in Berlin.  Melbourne is the only Australian location to the host the exhibition.

The Scorsese exhibition includes 600 objects from storyboards, film scripts, production stills, costumes, film clips and more.  The works have come from Scorsese’s private collection, the Robert De Niro Collection and the Paul Schrader Collection at the Harry Ransom Centre, Sandy Powell and Brigitte Lacombe.

With more than 60 directing credits Martin Scorsese is one of the most influential directors of our time.  His credits range from feature films, documentaries, television and a music video.  Some of his films include Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The Color of Money, The Last Temptation of Christ, Goodfellas, Cape Fear, The Age of Innocence, The Aviator and The Wolf of Wall Street.

Having given us insights in the lives of musicians George Harrison in Living in the Material World and Bob Dylan in No Direction Home.  He has worked on television series Boardwalk Empire and Vinyl and directed the Michael Jackson’s Bad music video.

Scorsese has demonstrated a hand in screenwriting, editing and producing, whilst developing strong creative partnerships reinforcing his distinctive style. He established The Film Foundation in 1990 and was recognised with a AFI Life Achievement Award in 1997 for contribution to film culture.

The Academy Award®-winning director has collaborated with actors Robert De Niro and Leonardo Di Caprio, cinematographer Michael Ballhaus, costume designer Sandy Powell and editor Thelma Schoonmaker are featured within the exhibition.

Discover more about one of the world’s greatest directors when you visited the Scorsese exhibition.  For further information, visit the ACMI website here.






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