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RARE 1901 CRICKET FOOTAGE BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE BY NFSA!

22 FEBRUARY 2017

The NFSA has built a custom-made device in order to digitise and publish a rare ‘Kinora’ reel featuring 1901 footage of legendary cricketers K.S. Ranjitsinhji and C.B.Fry.

YOU CAN JIVE: 40 YEARS OF ABBA MANIA AT NFSA!

21 FEBRUARY 2017

NFSA to celebrate ABBA on 5 March, in partnership with the Embassy of Sweden.

HISTORIC TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL RECORDINGS CELEBRATED BY AUSTRALIAN MEMORY OF THE WORLD

08 FEBRUARY 2017

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is proud to announce the induction of the 1899-1903 Fanny Cochrane Smith Tasmanian Aboriginal recordings into the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register.

LOST FRANK CAPRA FILM, FOUND AND RESTORED!

18 JANUARY 2017

This February, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) presents the world premiere of its digital restoration of the once-thought-lost Three Days to Live (1924), one of the earliest known titles to include the work of iconic filmmaker Frank Capra.

AMERICAN EPIC: SUNDAY BLUES AND BARBECUE AT THE NFSA

28 NOVEMBER 2016

Next Sunday 11 December, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), supported by the United States Embassy, Canberra, is throwing a musical celebration not to miss!

DIRECTOR JOCELYN MOORHOUSE TO REVISIT HER CLASSIC PROOF AT THE NFSA! 

17 NOVEMBER 2016

Two of Australia's leading directors - Jocelyn Moorhouse (The Dressmaker) and P.J. Hogan (Muriel's Wedding) - join us at Arc for filmmaker Q&A.

SUMMER AT THE NFSA: PROOF, AN AMERICAN EPIC, FRIDAY TUNES 

17 NOVEMBER 2016

With the sunny season approaching, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) has launched its 2016-17 summer program, loaded with special events and screenings.

SEARCH FOR NEW CEO AT THE NATIONAL FILM AND SOUND ARCHIVE

14 NOVEMBER 2016

The Board of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) will conduct an international search for a new CEO to lead the unique national cultural institution.

DISCOVER A NEW WAY TO EXPERIENCE AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST AUDIOVISUAL COLLECTION ONLINE!

14 NOVEMBER 2016

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) has launched a new website where Australians can discover their national audiovisual collection in exciting ways!

BINGE WATCHING, RETRO-STYLE! CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF TV AT THE NFSA

10 November 2016

It’s TV’s diamond year, and to celebrate the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is hosting a special evening of retro treasures and blasts from the past. 

HUGO WEAVING TO REVISIT 1991 CLASSIC PROOF AT SYDNEY FUNDRAISING SCREENING!

26 October 2016

The NFSA, in partnership with Sydney’s Ritz cinema, presents the digital restoration of the award-winning Australian film Proof on Wednesday 9 November.

DIGITAL AGE LEADERS GATHER IN CANBERRA TO SAVE CULTURAL COLLECTIONS

26 October 2016

In a time of rapid technological growth, how do you manage an ever-growing cultural collection?

DARLING HARBOUR'S RAILWAY PAST COMES TO LIFE

11 October 2016

A documentary showcasing Darling Harbour as a busy railway goods yard, long before it became one of Sydney’s main destinations for recreation and entertainment, has been published online (http://bit.ly/SteamontheHarbour) by the NFSA.

PY MEDIA NAMED RECIPIENT OF 2016 INDIGENOUS REMOTE ARCHIVAL FELLOWSHIP

30 September 2016

South Australian production company Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Media (PY Media) has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Indigenous Remote Archival Fellowship, which will empower them to archive and preserve their invaluable audiovisual collection.

FELLOWSHIP TO SUPPORT PRESERVATION OF AUDIOVISUAL INDIGENOUS HERITAGE

29 August 2016

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations in remote Australia can now apply to receive support and be empowered to archive and preserve their audiovisual cultural heritage.

COUNTDOWN TO SOUNDS OF AUSTRALIA!

09 August 2016

The countdown is on! Australians have two weeks to nominate their favourite songs, radio programs, etc. for this year’s Sounds of Australia – our nation’s ultimate selection of historically, culturally and artistically important sound recordings.