AMMPT (Australian Museum Of Motion Picture & Television Inc.)

AMMPT is responsible for the promotion and preservation of the history of film as well as the social significance of cinema and television in our society.

Owing to the present regulations, governing social distancing, during the current coronavirus health crisis, Pictures in Motion, like all other activities which involve gatherings of people, has been impacted.
Such that our Classics of the Silver Screen, our in Focus presentations, our voluntary activities at our museum, all public exhibitions, and even the way we conduct our management meetings, have all been curtailed.
It is with sadness that we report this unfortunate situation, and we’ll endeavour to keep everyone informed through our web page, our Facebook page, our Newsletters, and by email, of current happenings, and when events are likely to return to normal.
All of which, is very unpredictable at this moment.
Sorry for this added inconvenience, and we hope that everyone remains healthy, over this trying period.

AMMPT Pictures In Motion Museum of Film & Television. Our Identity and Mission

 President: Agnes Foyster Phone 9496 2802
Enquiries, interest and involvement are welcome. Please email WARegion@ammpt.asn.au

Pictures in Motion AMMPT Committee 

See our committee members


We welcome interest and involvement of those who have worked in the Australian cinema, film and television industry.

Pictures in Motion AMMPT Supporters 

Supporters of AMMPT(WR): Stirling Theatre Organ Productions, Cygnet Theatre,  Julie’s Kitchen, WATV History, Potential Films, Roadshow Films and Have -A-Go-News.

History of  Pictures in Motion AMMPT 

The sun rises for AMMPT(WR)at Sunset Hospital.  AMMPT (WR)has been given the  opportunity to use part of former Sunset Hospital to store and maintain all its equipment and history.

AMMPT(WR) Updates And News