Curator Nick Henderson shares excerpts from the home movies of Ken Garrahy, which are unique for documenting gay social life in Sydney in the 1960s.
Guest writer Professor Michael Dezuanni discusses the importance of media literacy in the digital age.
WINHANGANHA is a bold re-envisioning of our history – a new film work by award-winning poet and artist Jazz Money.
Watch a conversation with First Nations artist Richard Bell at the NFSA in January 2023.
We look at how women’s football has developed in Australia over the past century.
The NFSA has restored four landmark films by Italian-Australian filmmaker Giorgio Mangiamele – Il Contratto (1953), The Spag (1962), Ninety Nine Per Cent (1963) and Clay (1965).
Within a generation, First Nations filmmakers have become a vibrant presence in the centre of filmmaking in Australia.
The NFSA has completed a digital restoration of the groundbreaking documentary Lousy Little Sixpence (1983). Ruby Arrowsmith-Todd talks with director Alec Morgan.