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Celebrating 50 years of a piece of Australian cinema history.
See highlights from Commonwealth Games presented in Australia.
David Gulpilil is a Yolngu man, dancer, actor, singer, painter and storyteller.
This collection spotlights some of the most memorable Olympic moments in Australian history through news footage from the NFSA collection.
Wake in Fright is a classic from the early days of the 1970s Australian film renaissance. First released in 1971, the film was restored by the NFSA and re-released in 2009.
David Gulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu AM has forever changed the way Australian film represents Indigenous people and their cultural heritage.
The NFSA is collecting a diverse range of audiovisual material created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia.
Young Talent Time is celebrating 50 years since its debut on 24 April 1971.
On 25 April, Australia pays tribute to those who have served and died in military and peacekeeping conflicts.
This collection profiles some of the most extraordinary Australian men of our time.
Cultural historian and storyteller Warren Fahey has created a dozen video stories about Sydney's unique hidden history.
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