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A man on a giant screen looking out into a rows of people.
1984

Presented by ACMI in association with Melbourne Festival

Eyes Without a Face: Surveillance in Cinema

8 Oct - 25 Oct

The act of surveillance has long been an instrument of monitoring and controlling citizens by omnipotent governments. With the advent of new technologies the ways and means to watch have become, so to speak, ‘democratised’.  So what happens when surveillance falls into the hands of ordinary people? This group of films examines how the act of watching and listening warps the way we conduct ourselves behind closed doors.

Tickets: $13 - $17. Member Discounts Available.