These 24 glass slides set out Walter Scott Griffiths' alternative vision for Canberra.
We're celebrating 20 years of The Matrix with a special screening and Q&A.
The beloved film opened in Australian cinemas 25 years ago. To celebrate, we're Undressing Priscilla all over again.
Vale Jimmy Hannan, who passed away on 7 January 2019, at the age of 84. We celebrate his life and work, and acknowledge his kind donation to the NFSA.
We pay tribute to rock journalist and NFSA Oral History interviewer, Anthony O'Grady.
Tasmanian Aboriginal recordings are inscribed in the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register.
WARNING: this article contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The NFSA collects tens of thousands of items every year. What were some of the highlights for 2016?
In his Oral History interview, the multi-talented Brian Nankervis talks about his time in radio and on the SBS program, RocKwiz.
The first known Australian to make a commercially released recording, the long forgotten Syria Lamonte, is now preserved by the NFSA thanks to the kind donation of an 1898 recording acquired by Roger Neill.
Brendan Smith explains why 'The Art of Sound' was meant to come to Burnie, Tasmania.
Andrew Denton is usually the one asking all the questions, but he swapped roles for a day and opened up during an interview for our Oral History program.
Sixteen interviews have been recorded with graduating students for the Heath Ledger Young Artists Oral History Project.
Beth Taylor on '100 Miles (Emu Bay)', a song about the history of Tasmania's railway network, performed as part of the Cooee Cabaret in Burnie.
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