NFSA Restores revives Australian cinema icons for today’s digit…
2017 CIFF promises an exciting blend of retrospective and contemp…
Our supporting program of films and events brings the famous face…
Enjoy our free screening program and photographic exhibition
NFSA Restores revives Australian cinema icons for today’s digital cinemas
2017 CIFF promises an exciting blend of retrospective and contemporary programming.
A diverse selection of ANU first-year student video, digital animation and stop-motion productions.
A motorbike-riding barrister is stranded in an outback town where she finds women being violently abused and gang-raped by men
Pat Fiske’s landmark film launched her long career as a key figure in Australia’s independent filmmaking community
Archiving in the digital age: what filmmakers need to know
Vinyl lovers, bring your favourite records and share your music stories.
Hugo Weaving presents this special screening of his 1991 feature, 'Proof'
An exhibition of striking, beautiful and poignant portraiture documenting the making and marketing of films.
Our supporting program of films and events brings the famous faces and behind-the-scenes stories of some classic Australian films.
How were women using photographic technology 100 years ago?
Down on their luck musicians are separated by opportunity before fate brings them back together
Climbing’s greatest stories, stars and sends.
A low-budget look at the daily lives and loves of a group of Melbourne university students
A young girl fantasises about evil creatures to mask her insecurities
The only nationwide Australian festival dedicated to Iranian cinema.
A unique and superbly crafted pictorial history of women and work in Australia.
This film’s alternate title 'Men With Whips' hints at its unintentional but palpable homoerotic undertones
The early Australian film industry enjoyed a more balanced roster of women in front of and behind the camera.
An audience-pleasing mix of romance and action
The importance of the film stills photographer as the chronicler of our film and social history
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