Celebrating 40 years of Prisoner with special guests Val Lehman, …
A season of highlights from one of our most celebrated directors.…
Go behind-the-seams with this exquisite exhibition of costumes.
A season of highlights from one of our most celebrated directors.
Bruce Beresford films the inspirational true story of ballet dancer Li Cunxin.
Two 1980s Bruce Beresford films – one set in an AFL club, the other in an Aboriginal community.
David Stratton's personal journey through Australian cinema – and how it changed his life.
When video home entertainment enters the market in 1990s Beijing, a former projectionist ropes his young son into starting a pirate movie company, but easy money comes with its own price tag.
Hear from Canberra-born filmmaker Sam Voutas about what it is like to be a filmmaker working primarily in Asia in this short retrospective curated by the NFSA’s Nathan Smith.
Join us this International Women's Day for a new documentary and a panel featuring producer-engineer-mixer Anna Laverty.
Two films about traditional values and modern China by Canberra-born filmmaker Sam Voutas.
Choreographer and filmmaker Sue Healey discusses and shows some of her recent work as part of BOLD Festival.
Newly 4K-restored cult classics from the master of horror John Carpenter.
Two newly 4K-restored cult classics from the master of horror John Carpenter.
Filmmaker Sari Braithwaite created [CENSORED] from an archive of clips cut from international films screened in Australia.
Soda_Jerk’s Terror Nullius is a blistering, sample-based film that captures the complexity of contemporary Australia.
Join us over two weekends to celebrate the strengths of the Australian music industry through these insightful documentaries.
Part memoir, part concert film, this documentary screens with a Q&A with Lindy Morrison OAM, former drummer with The Go-Betweens.
As Australia’s two major cities battle the constant threats to their live music culture, we take a look at two brand new feature documentaries exploring their respective live music scenes.
Midnight Oil guitarist Jim Moginie and Director Ray Argall join us for this documentary thirty years in the making.
A portrait of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, one of the most important and acclaimed voices to ever come out of Australia.
What do a pelican, a pig, a rabbit and a bee have in common? They are all stars of our school holiday program!
This Oscar-winning film about a pig who learns to herd sheep hasn’t aged a bit thanks to its big heart, astounding special effects and intelligent script.
A rare home-grown animated adventure that’s thrilling for younger kids aged 4 and up.
Experience the uniquely eerie electronic sounds of the Trautonium played alongside Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.
Beatrix Potter's classic characters get a lively update for today’s audiences.
Lovingly restored by the NFSA, this classic looks as good as new.
Join us for a series of events as part of The Dressmaker Costume Exhibition.
German Saxophone quartet Sonic.Art performs a live soundtrack to Berlin, Sinfonie der Großstadt (1927).
We present highlights from the Cinema Reborn festival.
This glorious 4K restoration of La Religieuse was made from the original negative under the supervision of director Jacques Rivette's widow.
This extraordinary project takes a look at pivotal moments in our nation’s history using cutting-edge technology to colourise black-and-white archival footage.
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