Chris Taylor reveals the secrets behind a fascinating mix of treasures from Australia’s National Heritage List.
The pioneering work of the first women to own and operate a film production company in Australia.
A collection of glass slides from the Salvation Army's touring multimedia religious presentation of 120 years ago.
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.
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.
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.
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