Errol Flynn in one of his most memorable Hollywood roles, as a Caribbean pirate.
Two drag performers and a transgender woman embark on an odyssey across the Australian outback
Celebrating the career of Heath Ledger with screenings of Two Hands and I Am Heath Ledger.
A powerful tale of buried family secrets introduced by director Rachel Ward.
A fun and thought-provoking look at Australia's relationship to the Southern Cross
Warwick Thornton's powerful and moving 2009 Cannes award-winning feature.
Enjoy our free screening program of classic Australian films
Vinyl lovers, bring your favourite records and share your music stories.
Russell Mulcahy talks to his work across screens both large and small.
Tim the Yowie Man leads a tour of the spooky history of the NFSA.
Judy Davis and Bryan Brown give electric performances in this story about a man and woman united by the suicide of a young heroin addict.
Two beautifully visual films from acclaimed and ahead-of-her-time artist Tracey Moffatt.
The third of Ken G Hall's Dad and Dave comedies moves the beloved characters from farm to city.
Tour through the streets of Canberra named for our big screen heroes
Romantic comedy with Richard Roxburgh and Cate Blanchett.
Why were Aussie women on screen more empowered than their international counterparts in the early days of cinema?
A huge success for director Ken G Hall, with action sequences unprecedented in their realism.
The NFSA's latest restoration is of Gillian Armstrong's iconic debut feature film.
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