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Oct 2012

Collecting The Eye of the Storm

Film curators Jennifer Coombes and Tenille Hands recently accepted a collection of props and costumes from Fred Schepisi's 'The Eye of the Storm' (2011). How did they make their selection?

By Tenille Hands / 29 Oct 2012
Film
Object

Reflections on Puberty Blues

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.

By Frances Baldwin / 17 Oct 2012
Television

Broken Hill time capsule

See how Broken Hill has changed in these films and recorded sound items from the NFSA's collection.

By Beth Taylor / 15 Oct 2012
Film
Aug 2012

Richard Moir presents Esben Storm

Actor Richard Moir, introduces the late Esben Storm’s films 'In Search of Anna' and 'The Bridge at Midnight Trembles'.

By Quentin Turnour / 31 Aug 2012
Film

Great adaptations

This exhibition of film posters highlights some of the many screen adaptations of Australian novels and plays held in the NFSA’s extensive collection relating to film, television and radio adaptations.

By Morgyn Phillips / 15 Aug 2012
Film

Australian film adaptations

What are the must-see Australian adaptation films? We asked NFSA staff to nominate their favourites.

By Morgyn Phillips / 13 Aug 2012
Film

The QUEST for a connected future

The NFSA ventured to sunny Cairns for the 2012 Queensland Education, Science and Technology Network (QUESTnet) conference.

By Imelda Cooney / 9 Aug 2012
Jun 2012

NFSA Connects with Red Dog

Director Kriv Stenders and editor Jill Bilcock discuss the making of 'Red Dog' with Queensland high school students for the latest NFSA Connects.

By Imelda Cooney / 15 Jun 2012
Film
May 2012

NFSA Connects Ten Canoes

Watch videos from the Q&A between NSW school students and Ten Canoes director Rolf de Heer and actor Frances Djulibing.

By Imelda Cooney / 24 May 2012
Film

Networking

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.

By Nick Herd / 21 May 2012
Television