Muriel's Wedding is 25! To celebrate, we're sharing rare videos, costumes, oral histories, posters and more.
It's that time of the year when Santa Claus hits the surf and Rudolph's nose gets shinier in the Aussie summer heat.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2019.
The NFSA recently announced it is collecting Australian video games for preservation. But video games have long had an impact on the NFSA collection.
Forty years after Simon Townsend's Wonder World! first went to air on 3 September 1979, we celebrate this landmark children's TV program.
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.
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.
Dubbed 'the mother of rock', Lillian Roxon was the most influential rock journalist in the world from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s.
Forty years ago, on 27 February 1979, one of Australia’s most addictive soap operas debuted on Network Ten.
According to prolific cult director Brian Trenchard-Smith, Ozploitation is 'genre homage through an Australian lens: boisterous, anti-authoritarian, wide angle'.
For a generation of Australian music fans, Cold Chisel are the Aussie pub rock band who broke the mould and whose songs are celebrated as anthems.
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