Australian champion swimmer, vaudeville performer, silent film star, stunt performer and entrepreneur.
A collection of fascinating national treasures drawn from public and private collections across Australia.
A collection including highlights of some of the almost 6000 unique home movie titles held by the NFSA.
A rare 100-year record of the birth and development of the national capital of Australia from its foundation in 1913 to its centenary celebrations.
In addition to preserving Australia’s filmmaking past and present, the NFSA also recognises the importance of learning from filmmakers themselves.
Australia Today billed itself as a 'digest of current events’.
This collection includes images of Anzac troops in Egypt and Gallipoli, some beautiful hand-tinted glass slides and a couple of popular songs from the First World War era.
Explore iconic Melbourne sights and sounds dating back to a look down Collins Street in the 1890s and the 1896s Melbourne Cup.
From punk-rockers to pop darlings, these Oral History interviews highlight the depth and diversity of Australian music.
The Australasian Gazette newsreels held at the NFSA span over three decades and capture political and national events, sport and entertainment.
This sequel, made three years after the first Crocodile Dundee, gives loveable larrikin Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) more chances to get himself into (and out of) trouble.
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