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.
Celebrating the life and work of Graham Kennedy, 'The King' of Australian television.
David Gulpilil has forever changed the way Australian film represents Indigenous people and their cultural heritage.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2016.
Far North Queensland stretches from Cairns, north to the Torres Strait and west to the Gulf Country.
During the 1970s and early 80s, women filmmakers won new opportunities to tell stories which, until then, had gone largely untold.
'It was 50 years ago today, Sgt Pepper taught the band to play.'
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance were added to Sounds of Australia for 2015.
In these portraits, Indigenous Australians talk about their lives.
Interview subjects include David Gulpilil, Rachel Perkins and Wayne Blair.
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