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We pay tribute to the Crocodile Dundee co-writer and producer.
What's on at the NFSA's Arc cinema in Canberra in August?
We remember a TV and radio legend, Jonathan 'Jono' Coleman.
During the Olympic Games in Tokyo, we profile some of Australia's Olympic stories of recent decades and examine the important role the event has played in our cultural identity.
A tribute to John Cornell, the talented writer and highly respected business visionary, who has passed away at age 80.
With a career spanning five decades, Jonathan 'Jono' Coleman (1956–2021) was a beloved figure in the Australian media industry and a great supporter of the NFSA.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the first raising of the Aboriginal flag in July 1971, proud Kamilaroi yinarr (woman) Cheree Toka writes about what the Aboriginal flag means to her.
This never-before-seen home movie footage of David Gulpilil dancing in 1979 was recently donated to the NFSA.
A rarely-seen experimental colourised version of Daddy Cool’s film clip for 'Eagle Rock' has been found and restored by the NFSA.
NFSA curator Jillian Mackenzie writes about the Ten Days on the Island festival where she took the newly digitised Corrick Collection on tour.
Author, columnist and film and TV critic Luke Buckmaster examines the enduring themes of Wake in Fright, 50 years after the film's release in 1971.
Canberra is home to 12 of Australia’s most iconic cultural institutions. And for the first time in history, these icons are collaborating to give 12 unique perspectives of Australia’s story.
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