In conversation with the star and director of Ella, a film about the first Indigenous dancer with the Australian Ballet.
A look at the work of contemporary artist and filmmaker Tracey Moffatt.
The process of returning Indigenous cultural materials to communities.
Rod Butler, Head of Preservation and Technical Services, visited Washington DC to attend the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IST) archiving conference.
Mick Newnham, head of the NFSA's Conservation, Research and Preparation team, investigates audiovisual preservation in Myanmar.
Behind-the-scenes glimpses of a film shot in Canberra in the forefront of the Australian film revival of the 1970s.
Film curator Kathrin di Rocco is taking part in an exchange program with George Eastman House in Rochester, New York.
Audiovisual Conservation Assistant Kerry Yates recently attended a workshop in New Zealand on 'Collection Emergency Management in Large-Scale Disasters'.
How did a tiny advertisement in the Classifieds section of The Canberra Times on 2 September 1969 lead to ‘Canberra’s Greatest Hoax'?
Conservator Shingo Ishikawa and Audiovisual Conservation Assistant Kerry Yates recently attended a series of workshops run by Sylvie Penichon, from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas.
Ten News captures the 1995 re-enactment of the opening of Tharwa Bridge to mark the centenary of the ACT's oldest bridge.
Television Curator Helen Tully solves the mystery behind Canberra's Lady of the Lake 1973 beauty contest.
On Saturday 16 March 1974 an enthusiastic crowd saw Aunty Jack crowned Queen of Canberra.
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