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Listen to a Q&A with documentary director Jane Castle and producer Pat Fiske.
Regional TV began rolling out on the east coast 60 years ago.
David Stratton in conversation with Alex Sloan about his book, My Favourite Movies.
From Gallipoli to the home front, our website features many sights and sounds of the First World War and Anzac Day commemorations.
The NFSA launches an online Antarctic adventure game using historic Antarctic footage from our collection.
Author, columnist and film and TV critic Luke Buckmaster examines the enduring themes of Wake in Fright, first released in 1971.
For years the negative of Wake in Fright (1971) was thought to be lost forever. Here is the story behind the restoration and re-release of the classic Australian film.
The Corrick Collection of films has now been digitised and is once again able to be shared with audiences.
A second season of the landmark factual series arrives on SBS from 10 March 2021, featuring over 160 minutes of NFSA collection footage.
The Australian History Timeline features over 90 film clips showcasing a unique collection of Australian history documentaries. Part 2 covers the 1900s to the 1940s.
The first Academy Award ever won by an Australian is in the NFSA collection.
Janine Winfree, the recipient of the 2019 Ray Edmondson Fellowship, visited the NFSA from George Eastman House in the US to explore our 28mm film collection.
New film and sound recordings have been added to the Anzac Sight Sound website to coincide with the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June, contributing to the final phase of First World War commemorations.
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