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Iconic New York photographer Martha Cooper captured the birth of …
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Fritz Lang's 1927 epic Metropolis created the cinema of futurism …
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What was life in Australia like 50 years ago? Enjoy a look at our cities in the 1960s.
Black Screen connects culture, stories and language with community through screen.
Iconic New York photographer Martha Cooper captured the birth of the global graffiti art movement.
We're partnering with National Science Week to bring you a free online screening followed by a Q&A.
See highlights from the 1920s golden age of world cinema and learn about a sadly forgotten star.
Fritz Lang's 1927 epic Metropolis created the cinema of futurism and is one of the most influential films ever.
A spirited girl deals with grief by forging a bond with a wild emu, a mythical bird of her ancestors.
Its songs have earned this Technicolor vision of turn-of-the-century Americana a place in pop culture history.
Come dressed in your best twisted prom-night fashion for this 'Arc out loud' horror screening.
Discover the fascinating history behind our heritage-listed building.
Vinyl lovers, join us for the next online edition of our Virtual Vinyl Lounge.
The magical inhabitants of Australia's FernGully rainforest fight to save their home.
A free online screening of the thought-provoking new documentary The Weather Diaries + filmmaker Q&A.
A new documentary revealing the hidden power of sound in cinema – followed by a live-streamed Q&A.
The Oscar-nominated Tanna is the first film to be shot entirely on location in Vanuatu.
An Indigenous family's journey from nomadic life to the digital age in three generations.
Starring Bogart at his best, this classic set the standard for American film noir.
Was 2019's most talked-about film a cat-astrophe? Or was it purr-fect? You decide!
See how the arrival of sound in the 1930s revolutionised cinema – and meet Howard Hawks.
Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn star in one of the greatest screwball comedies ever made.
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