Thai Film Archivist Kedsuda Jina recently visited the NFSA to learn about our preservation work. She told Clair Hurford that her country’s heritage is in danger because of a lack of interest from the public.
Saturday 5 April 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of the announcement in Parliament by Barry Cohen, Minister for Home Affairs and Environment, that the government would establish an autonomous National Film and Sound Archive.
Can you help us identify these Sydney locations from landmark 1920s films made by the McDonagh sisters?
Listen to our Oral History interview with Wendy Hughes as Meg Labrum and Ken Berryman celebrate the talent and beauty of one of Australia’s most beloved actors.
From Devo to Judy Garland, cute kittens to Nazis, Arc Cinema Programmer Quentin Turnour outlines the first AnArchic cinema playlist.
Andrew Denton is usually the one asking all the questions, but he swapped roles for a day and opened up during an interview for our Oral History program.
The big pink bus turned 20, and the NFSA threw a party to celebrate two decades of one of Australia’s most beloved films: Priscilla
Library Officer Kerryn Poynter helped a client discover the identity of a silent-era actress she saw … on the wall of a Tasmanian pub.