We pay tribute to 'Mr Movies', film critic and TV presenter Bill Collins (1934–2019).
On 21 June 1999, Prime Minister John Howard opened a major extension to the NFSA building.
We take an affectionate look at a true Australian icon – Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
Ken Berryman examines the legacy of the Once Upon A Wireless Oral History Project.
The NFSA has chosen Susanne Chauvel Carlsson as the recipient of the 2012 Ken G Hall Film Preservation Award.
The recent Puberty Blues (2012) TV series reminds NFSA Television curator Frances Baldwin of watching the 1981 film version and receiving material from the film as an archivist in 1986.
Rod Butler reports from UNESCO's 'The Memory of the World' conference in Vancouver on digital preservation projects from countries including Austria, Latvia, Singapore and the USA.
NFSA's Head of Preservation and Technical Services, Rod Butler, reports from the International Council on Archives Congress in Brisbane.
NFSA CEO Michael Loebenstein reports from day three of the International Council on Archives Congress in Brisbane.
West Australian performance poet Kate Wilson discovered the world of performance poetry on YouTube, and now she's added her poetic voice to the global conversation.
Check out some of the talented Cooee Cabaret local performers from Mandurah, Margaret River and Bunbury in Western Australia.
Nick Herd drew on the NFSA collection to research his new book, Networking, which places the history of Australian commercial television in its proper context.
Western Australia has a wealth of talent, and we're featuring two vibrant young performers as part of Cooee Cabaret.
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