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A look at the Djungguwan ceremony in north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory.
Explore the many facets of Kylie's career – from her TV acting debut in the 1970s to now.
A century of changes in broadcast techonology, from newsreels to radio to TV to digital.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2020.
Jeanne Little's catch cry 'Ooooh aaah! Dahling!' is bound to bring back happy memories for viewers of Australian daytime television from the 1970s to the 2000s.
Muriel’s Wedding has left an indelible mark on Australian popular culture since its release in 1994.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2019.
Australian filmmakers have produced their fair share of movies featuring zombies, vampires and ghosts – as well as marsupial werewolves, mutant pigs and murderous crocodiles.
Welcome to the world of The Dressmaker, where haute couture and the Australian outback are brilliantly combined.
Wake in Fright is a classic from the early days of the 1970s Australian film renaissance. The film was restored by the NFSA and re-released in 2009.
The first Australian film nominated for an Academy Award ('Oscar') won - Kokoda Front Line! in 1942.
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