Discover the stories behind some of Australia's beloved – and also lesser-known – national treasures.
With the news of the passing of Don Burrows, Australia has lost a giant and pioneer of modern Australian jazz.
See highlights from a 1920s movie scrapbook focused on the work of the filmmaking McDonagh sisters.
A personal perspective on the early days of remote Indigenous media groups.
In Part 2 of his essay, Quentin Turnour investigates Frank Hurley's association with the promotion of Douglas Mawson's Australasian Antarctic Expedition film.
Quentin Turnour challenges the myths surrounding the footage created to record and promote Douglas Mawson’s 1911–1914 Australasian Antarctic Expedition.
For nearly a decade, the NFSA has demonstrated its commitment to supporting Australia’s next generation of filmmaking talent by its ongoing sponsorship of the VCA School of Film and Television Graduate Screening Awards night.
Graham Shirley continues his exploration of the rich diversity of Australian cinematic representations and interpretations of the outback.
Films set in the outback have been central to an imagining of Australia for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous filmmakers.
The 2011 Longford Lyell Lecture - 'An Australian Actor's Perspective on the Industry' - was presented by Sigrid Thornton on 28 November 2011.
Nominees have been announced for the inaugural AACTA Awards.
To celebrate the life of Ken Russell, Vincent Plush reveals a little-known connection between the late British director and Australia.
Film curator Itzell Tazzyman introduces her role as collector of short films for the NFSA and highlights some recent international successes.
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