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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.
Listen to David Stratton in conversation at the NFSA with Alex Sloan about his new book, My Favourite Movies, in February 2022.
People living in regional areas on the east coast of Australia began receiving television for the first time in late 1961 and throughout 1962.
Commemorating the passing of Shane Warne, Australian cricketing legend, with some highlights from his career.
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.
Listen to Alex Sloan in conversation at the NFSA with Sue and Saroo Brierley. They talk about how Saroo's life became the film Lion and also Sue's book Lioness, a prequel of sorts to her son's story.
Listen to a Q&A with director Sonia Bible at Arc cinema in 2021, after a screening of her documentary The Witch of Kings Cross.
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.
For World Television Day 2021, the NFSA takes a close look at the news, current affairs and arts program Sunday on its 40th birthday.
In the second of a 2-part series, senior video preservation specialist Richard Vorobieff pays homage to the Sunday program's innovative Hypothetical segment on the show's 40th anniversary.
Ginger Meggs, Australia’s longest-running comic strip character, has chalked up a century. The NFSA marks the milestone with newly digitised footage of Ginger and his creator James Charles Bancks.
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