During 'Wimbledon Fortnight', we celebrate the incredible career of the tennis trailblazer.
Listen to a special presentation about Australian film icon, Chips Rafferty.
For a decade in the 1930s and 40s, Mavis Ripper was Australia's leading film costume designer.
A personal perspective on the early days of remote Indigenous media groups.
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 everyday lives of a group of Sydney private school girls, a renowned film director and an Indigenous actress couldn't be any more different, yet they all found some common ground through the NFSA Connects program.
NFSA historian Graham Shirley gave a speech at the Powerhouse Museum about the NFSA's role in finding, restoring and preserving the classic Australian film.
Rachel Perkins and Paul Kelly discuss 'One Night The Moon' with students via web conference.
The Young at Heart Film Festival is about engagement and involvement in film and is targeted at audiences over 60. It is held annually in March during NSW Seniors' Week.
In early 1940, with Australia less than a year into World War 2, a 17-year-old George Shirley used his father’s 16 mm movie camera to film two grand visitors to Sydney Harbour.
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