What sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance were named in 2018?
We share Skippy items from the NFSA collection, including clips, interviews, merchandise, music, ads and more.
We shine a light on the long career of Australia's greatest rock singer and working-class man, Jimmy Barnes.
In the 1960s, the Australian government created Life in Australia as a marketing tool to sell potential 'New Australians' from Europe the idea of a prosperous, happy life down under.
The Cinesound Movietone Australian Newsreel Collection held at the NFSA comprises 4,000 newsreels from 1929 to 1975.
Designed to attract an audience and to project an identity, festival posters are an essential tool in the marketing and branding of festivals.
The art of poster-making flourished in Poland following the Second World War.
Long before vinyl records, cassette tapes and compact discs, there were wax cylinders.
From the city to the sea, the hills to the festivals, enjoy the sights of Adelaide!
These Studio Manasse portraits capture the 'new woman’ of the 1920s and 30s: confident and provocative.
View behind-the-scenes collection items relating to Caddie, a breakthrough Australian film of the 1970s starring Helen Morse.
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