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Ah, Mel­bourne – the food, the (right) footy and now home to Scors­ese. Sort of. Start­ing next month at the Aus­tralian Cen­tre for the Mov­ing Im­age (ACMI) is a de­tailed dive into the mind and work of one of cinema’s most pro­lific film­mak­ers – Martin Scors­ese. The mas­ter­mind of too many films to men­tion (OK, we’ll go with Mean Streets, Rag­ing Bull, Taxi Driver, Goodfel­las, The Wolf of Wall Street – in that or­der), he’s also EP of our re­cent smallscreen indulgence, Vinyl. The new show, in­ge­niously ti­tled Scors­ese, will fea­ture more than 600 per­sonal ob­jects (notes, cos­tumes, stills, sto­ry­boards) and a heady se­lec­tion of footage from the 60-plus ti­tles the 73-year-old’s worked on since mak­ing his de­but with the short, Ve­su­vius VI, in 1959. May 26 – Sept 18; acmi.net.au

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