A collection of award-winning and memorable costumes from 90 years of Australian film.
Clips, props, posters and interviews relating to the classic film's release in 1971 and its restoration nearly 40 years later.
A pioneering multimedia work produced during the earliest days of Australian film.
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.
Thousands of classic European film stills and portraits from the beginning of cinema to the 1930s are now preserved at the NFSA.
Harry Julius' cartoons often commented on the events of the First World War and served as propaganda for the Allied war effort.
This sample of collection items highlights the people of Darwin and some of the major events in the history of Australia's most northerly capital city.
The Lumière Collection includes some of the oldest footage in the NFSA collection: over 30 short films made in 1899.
From its origins as the Victorian Football League to becoming a national competition in the 1980s, AFL is arguably the nation's most popular sport.
Ballarat in Victoria has a rich history and this collection features footage dating back to 1901.
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