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Hear stories about leading stars and filmmakers featured in our Australians & Hollywood exhibition.
For NAIDOC Week 2022, we're celebrating some inspirational First Nations sporting moments.
In a new Inspired video interview, Leah Purcell talks about the impact of seeing black worlds on screen.
This rare home movie footage from 1939 features the Australian rugby union team en route to the UK – and a tour that would never take place due to the outbreak of war.
Johnny Milner takes a closer look at tennis legend Evonne Goolagong-Cawley's career – from Barellan to Wimbledon.
From Gallipoli to the home front, our website features many sights and sounds of the First World War and Anzac Day commemorations.
In the fourth of a 5-part series, Dr Jeannine Baker reveals some of the women who shaped and redefined television content for women and children.
Johnny Milner takes a look at the low-budget Australian genre filmmaking of the 1970s and 1980s.
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.
In the third of a five-part series, Dr Jeannine Baker celebrates some of the female producers and directors working in Australian television in the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
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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