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Listen to a Q&A with Saroo and Sue Brierley about the story behind Lion.
Listen to a Q&A with documentary director Sonia Bible.
See highlights from Australia's first pop, rock and countercultural festivals.
Listen to Alex Sloan in conversation at the NFSA with Sue and Saroo Brierley. They talk about how Saroo's life became the film Lion and also Sue's book Lioness, a prequel of sorts to her son's story.
Listen to a Q&A with director Sonia Bible at Arc cinema in 2021, after a screening of her documentary The Witch of Kings Cross.
Music festivals in the 1970s offered unprecedented opportunities for enterprising promoters and homegrown musicians, and were spaces where participants enacted ideals of counterculture and community building.
This collection of hand-illustrated greeting cards from Mr Squiggle creator Norman Hetherington to Pat Lovell is representative of a wonderful working friendship.
The NFSA has identified rare footage of the 1920–21 Ashes Test series at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
In the third of a four-part series, Dr Jeannine Baker celebrates some of the female producers and directors working in Australian television in the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
Ginger Meggs, Australia’s longest-running comic strip character, has chalked up a century. The NFSA marks the milestone with newly digitised footage of Ginger and his creator James Charles Bancks.
Guest writer Doug Ackerly recalls his experiences working with Bert Newton on Good Morning Australia.
The Young Doctors made its debut on TCN 9 (Nine Network) on 8 November 1976, breaking new ground in medical drama.
John Brady looks at the early experimental films of Phillip Noyce including music festival documentary 'Good Afternoon' (1971).
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