Enjoy our free daily screening program of Australian classic films
An exhibition of striking, beautiful and poignant portraiture documenting the making and marketing of films.
Our supporting program highlights the famous faces and behind-the-scenes stories of classic Australian films.
A lawyer defends five Indigenous men accused of a ritual murder.
Director Rolf de Heer introduces the film and participates in a Q&A session.
The true story of Robyn Davidson’s 1977 trek across 2700 kilometres of stunning Australian outback
Enjoy our free daily screening program of classic Australian films
An 8-cylinder afternoon of tyre-squealing, on-screen fun.
Chips Rafferty double feature including free talk by film historian Andrew Pike.
Presenting two acclaimed dramas in a special Snowy Mountains double feature.
Reviving Australian films for today's digital cinemas.
A week-long exploration of fashion and costume on the screen.
Special sales of period dresses and other fashion from vintage clothing sellers
How costumes are used in Australian movies to create archetypes
Gillian Armstrong's Starstruck is an ambitious and fashion-forward musical comedy
A pop-up exhibition of First World War – era costume staged by Dressing Australia - the Museum of Australian Costume.
The heartfelt musical about the real-life Indigenous singing group.
Screening introduced by costume designer Judith Dorsman and followed by discussion on designing for the screen
Screening introduced by costume designer Anna Senior and followed by a discussion on designing for the screen.
We look at the work of film colourist Olivier Fontenay (Lion, Moulin Rouge!) with clips and conversation
Under the electric stars of Paris’s Red Windmill a poet and a courtesan fall in love.
Two award-winning Australian classics in a double feature of mystery and revenge.
A flurry of feathers and sequins, eminently quotable and as much fun as the first time you saw it
One of our greatest directors talks about making the transition from music video to feature film
Melbourne 1978, and the members of the band Dogs in Space surf the wave of the punk music scene.
This premiere of the NFSA’s latest restoration features a live accompaniment and a discussion on the pioneering McDonagh sisters.
Ken G Hall pushed the boundaries with this tale of a church minister seducing a young woman.
The true story of a group of women imprisoned by Japanese soldiers during the Second World War
Double feature focused on Aussie swimming star Annette Kellerman
Tony Knight, Head of Acting at NIDA for 20 years, discusses the evolution of the Australian actor.
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