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Jacqui North looks back at her groundbreaking documentary Chrissy.
Highlighting the work of female producers and directors in early Australian TV.
See The Easybeats perform 'Friday on My Mind' on British television in 1966.
Award-winning digital artist Jazz Money is the recipient of the RE/Vision Commission, receiving $25,000 to create an audiovisual piece interpreting the NFSA collection to offer an authentic and contemporary vision of Australia.
To mark Media Literacy Week 2021, guest writer Dr TJ Thomson examines the role of the NFSA in improving our understanding of the impact of media in our lives and in Australia's history.
Curator Thorsten Kaeding looks at how and why the NFSA selects – and sometimes excludes – materials from the national collection.
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.
Discover the many ways you can access our collection. You’ll be surprised of how much is available – onsite, online and elsewhere!
The NFSA is always open online, with our collection available to be explored 24/7.
See highlights from our 1970s music television panel 'Right There On My TV', featuring Lee Simon and John Paul Young, at the 2018 St Kilda Film Festival.
In association with the St Kilda Film Festival, the NFSA presents a comedy double bill of two short films from the late 1970s.
Highlights from last month's Beyond Bytes workshop hosted by the NFSA and featuring a panel of international guests from the forefront of new archive business models and processes.
This week, the NFSA is hosting the 71st FIAF Congress in Sydney and Canberra. We look back at the technological predictions made at the previous NFSA-FIAF Congress in 1986.
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