Der Golem with an original live score from Berlin-based electroni…
Shining a spotlight on three Australian films with groundbreaking…
David Stratton programs a season of 10 films by essential Austral…
Meet Ella Havelka, the first Aboriginal dancer to join the Australian Ballet and subject of a recent documentary.
The classic '80s action adventure movie about a band of kids on a treasure hunt.
Celebrating 20 years of beloved animation The Iron Giant.
A wondrous animated fantasy about a young girl who discovers a secret world.
Join us for a school holiday special event – and sing along to Moana on the big screen.
Documentaries and feature films exploring the impact of the July 1969 moon landing.
This entertaining mockumentary asks: what if the moon landing was a huge hoax?
The hit film in which Australian technicians play a key role in the first Apollo moon landing.
We invite you to an audio experience like no other, marking 50 years since the first moon walk.
Ryan Gosling plays astronaut Neil Armstrong in this film about the 1960s NASA space program.
A rare chance to see Australia’s first screen musical, presented by Friends of the NFSA.
We explore the transformative power of fashion through classic films with fantastic costumes.
A glorious mix of historical detail and fictional extravagance, with Oscar-winning costumes.
Gillian Armstrong's documentary about Australian-born Hollywood costume designer, Orry-Kelly.
Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe star in this perfect screwball comedy.
Vinyl lovers, bring your favourite records and share your music stories.
The award-winning Carol charts the relationship between two very different women in 1950s New York.
Tim the Yowie Man leads a tour of the spooky history of the NFSA.
Join us after this 40th anniversary screening of the film for a Q&A with Anna Senior.
A short festival of the best cycling short films from around the world.
Agnès Varda explored the world with a tireless curiosity for people and the places they inhabit.
An enchanting essay about Agnès Varda’s home street in Paris and its community.
Agnès Varda’s final film looks back at her remarkable life and exceptional career.
Varda's celebration of resourcefulness, tradition and humanity on the fringes of society.
Varda's potent meditation on freedom, capitalism and female representation.
A film that was immediately emblematic of the French New Wave and feminism.
Costume designer Marion Boyce joins us to share her experiences of working on the film.
We screen an episode followed by a Q&A with costume designer Marion Boyce.
The first of our new interactive, ‘out loud’ screenings will have you shivering with antici... pation!
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