Put on your virtual reality headset and enter a world of Aborigin…
Celebrate International Museum Day at the NFSA.
David Stratton programs a season of 10 films by essential Austral…
Go behind-the-seams with this exquisite exhibition of costumes.
After seeing the Dressmaker Costume Exhibition, take in our free daily screenings of 1940s and '50s vintage fashion.
Put on your virtual reality headset and enter a world of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander song and dance.
This photographic display features highlights from the Film Australia Collection.
Bringing together creative artists, organisations and the Australian public through a desire for social change.
In partnership with the National Museum of Australia exhibition Art and Calligraphy.
Seven kingdoms fight for supremacy in this glorious, gravity-defying martial arts epic starring Jet Li.
Hanzi explores international design, visual culture and identity through the lens of modern Chinese typography.
Visit the NFSA during National Reconciliation Week for two special events.
Etched in Bone examines the theft of Aboriginal human remains by the American-Australian Scientific Expedition.
Tim the Yowie Man leads a tour of the spooky history of the NFSA. SOLD OUT
See dances from Carriberrie live on stage and participate in a dance lesson with a performer from the film.
Vinyl lovers, bring your favourite records and share your music stories.
We showcase rare magnetic tapes from the NFSA collection with producer Louis Montgomery.
Director Ben Hackworth presents his new film, about a beautiful, intoxicating and dangerous singer.
Hal Ashby directed a string of 1970s classics that blended honesty, irreverence, humour and humanity.
This new documentary shines a light on the director of a string of 1970s classic films.
Tim the Yowie Man leads a tour of the spooky history of the NFSA.
Hal Ashby's 1971 black comedy and oddball romance became a cult classic.
Hal Ashby's witty and charming Oscar-winning satire about Washington politics.
A unique opportunity to watch Der Golem with an original live score from electronic music producer Lucrecia Dalt.
Shining a spotlight on three Australian films with groundbreaking and iconic music scores.
A powerful psychological drama set in the Tasmanian wilderness.
The heartwarming global smash hit also had a BAFTA-winning score by David Hirschfelder.
The Proposition features an unforgettable original score by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
David Stratton programs a season of 10 films by essential Australian women directors.
McDonagh’s pioneering silent romantic melodrama is set in 1920s Sydney.
The delicious comedy about an introverted inventor and a resourceful criminal.
Gillian Armstrong and Judy Davis collaborated on this emotionally rich, multi-generational drama.
The film that established Jane Campion as a major international director.
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