Now at the NFSA in Canberra: a breathtaking virtual reality journey of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance.
An Ancient History professor sees herself on an episode of a quiz show she'd participated in as a child.
You can find many sights and sounds from the time of the First World War on our website.
How did a tiny advertisement in the Classifieds section of The Canberra Times on 2 September 1969 lead to ‘Canberra’s Greatest Hoax'?
Television curator Frances Baldwin takes a look at 55 years of Logies history.
Martyn Jolly, Head of Photography and Media Arts at the ANU School of Art, writes about the connection between 'Soldiers of the Cross' and one of the world's first blockbuster films, Italy's 'Quo Vadis' (1913).
Ten News captures the 1995 re-enactment of the opening of Tharwa Bridge to mark the centenary of the ACT's oldest bridge.
On Saturday 16 March 1974 an enthusiastic crowd saw Aunty Jack crowned Queen of Canberra.
The team from the NFSA’s Motion Picture Laboratory describe the lessons learned from tinting the Corrick Collection films.
The NFSA’s collection includes early coloured films, many of which are tinted and have been restored by the team from the NFSA's Motion Picture Laboratory.
The team from the NFSA's Motion Picture Laboratory share their research about using traditional dyes and techniques to restore tinted films.
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.
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.
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