Since 2013, Manly Art Gallery & Museum has produced 14 short documentary films about artists it has worked with and about art projects it has developed.
Through this process, we have collaborated with some of Australia’s best producers, cinematographers and filmmakers like Catherine Hunter, Bruce Inglis, Carolyn Constantine, Barry Nichols, Cameron Bloom and Michael Power.
MAG&M has also recorded footage of local musicians, many of whom have performed at the gallery, so we hope to bring you some of those too.
Watch this space as our archive grows throughout 2020 and beyond, bringing the art of documentary filmmaking into your home.
Audio described accessible versions of the films will be available soon.
Express Yourself 2020
Each year MAG&M creates and hosts the Express Yourself exhibition showcasing the work of HSC Visual Arts students from 20 local secondary schools.
Robert Dickerson: Against the Tide
Rare character insights of one of Australia’s most significant figurative painters through interviews with family, friends and works from private collections.
Octennial: Reg Mombassa and Peter O’Doherty
This film examines the lives and work of two of Australia’s most prolific and creative polymaths: brothers, visual artists, celeb musicians and raconteurs.
Treasures from the Vault: 90 Years
This short film provides a rare 'behind the scenes' insight into the history of Manly Art Gallery & Museum and its great regional art collection.
This film follows the journey of contemporary Australian artists Euan Macleod and Luke Sciberras to Belle Île, an island off the coast of France.
Manly Dam Project
Eight contemporary artists from a variety of practices have created new work inspired by Manly Dam, its history, water management and engineering.
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