In 2010, the exhibition Shadowplay presented a selection from the massive photographic holdings of the Austrian Film Museum. It was the first public presentation of original artefacts from this collection which, in its totality, comprises more than 350,000 stills. In 2009 the Austrian Film Museum presented the exhibition Jean-Pierre Léaud – Citoyen du Cinema (Link in German) at Palais Clam-Gallas / Institut Français de Vienne. However, the Filmmuseum had organized exhibitions since its foundation in 1964 and used retrospectives as an opportunity to also present the graphic work of filmmakers such as Sergei Eisenstein, Pier Paolo Pasolini and Federico Fellini a.o. Further information


Loans to exhibitions 2020

In addition to permanent loans, for example for the permanent exhibition medien.welten at the Technisches Museum Wien, the Austrian Film Museum regularly provides loans for temporary exhibitions and scientific publications.

VIENNA 1900. Birth of Modernism
Leopold Museum, Vienna
Permanent Exhibition (newly conceived presentation since 2019)

Into the Unknown – Austria Since 1918
House of Austrian History, Vienna
Until May 17, 2020

WIE WOHNEN WIR MORGEN? Neues Soziales Wohnen
Ausstellung zum Zwischenstand der IBA_Wien
IBA Wien, Neues Soziales Wohnen
April 28 to June 18, 2020

Kino Welt Wien. Eine Kulturgeschichte städtischer Traumorte
METRO Kinokulturhaus
March 5 2020 to January 10 2021

Everybody dances. The Cosmos of Viennese Dance Modernism
Theatermuseum, Vienna
Until February 10, 2020

Unerwünschtes Kino. Vertriebene Filmschaffende in Wien und Budapest 1933–1938

METRO Kinokulturhaus
Until January 31, 2020

POP 1900–2000. Popular Music in Styria
Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz
Until January 26, 2020

Red Vienna 1919–1934
Wien Museum MUSA
Until January 19, 2020

The Pointe Dances. 150 Years of Ballet at the Wiener Staatsoper
Theatermuseum, Vienna
Until January 13, 2020

New permanent Exhibition

Verkehrsmuseum Wiener Linien


Permanent Exhibition "Mobilität" and "Erdöl / Erdgas"

Technisches Museum Wien 

Permanent Exhibition

Russian Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moskau