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The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s CEO, Michael Loebenstein, will today officially open the NFSA’s newest collection preservation facility in Canberra.
The NFSA has published a collection of 139 interviews with Australian and international celebrities, recorded by popular radio and TV personality Binny Lum in the 1960s.
Travel and the Media is a one-day symposium that takes a critical look at the aesthetics and politics of travel representations over the last two centuries, from print journalism and audio-visual travelogues to the 21st century blogosphere.
Urthboy, one of Australia’s most eminent hip-hop artists, will make a very special appearance at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) in Canberra, to launch the new Theatrette with a talk, presentation and small performance around his conceptual approach to music.
Southern Queensland is the next destination for The Art of Sound, a multiplatform exhibition which examines the intersections between sound and the visual arts. It will be open to the public at the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery from 19 October – 15 December 2013, presented in partnership with the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA).
Russell Morris’ Molly Meldrum-produced single The Real Thing, Peter Allen’s iconic I Still Call Australia Home and Archie Roach’s powerful song about the stolen generations, Took the Children Away, are among the ten recordings added to the Sounds of Australia this year.
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) and ABC Arts will explore the challenges and opportunities that cultural institutions face in the digital age, in a discussion forum to be held at Parliament House on 12 August, titled Digitise or Perish.
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) will mark NAIDOC week by providing free access to Indigenous films to communities and organisations across Australia, as well as presenting a curated selection available for viewing at ACMI in Melbourne.
Canberra is becoming an exciting place for filmmaking and the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is celebrating with two new free exhibitions.
A digital restoration of 1981’s groundbreaking film Wrong Side of the Road, the first ever Australian feature starring an all-Indigenous cast, will have its world premiere on Friday 14 June at this year’s Sydney Film Festival.