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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.
The NFSA sponsors a new user guide on flexible dealing and cultural institutions.
The NFSA together with Deluxe Sydney and Kodak (Australasia) have preserved and made available 75 classic Australian films.
Film curator Sally Jackson's examination of original documents in Australia and France sheds new light on the man who brought the cinema to Australia in 1896.
The discovery of two films made in Australia by frères Lumière representative Marius Sestier in 1896 includes Australia’s earliest surviving film.
One of the first films ever recorded in Australia screens 12 times a day in Federation Square in the lead-up to the 150th Melbourne Cup.
Martin Wesley-Smith reflects on his donation to the NFSA.
Graham Shirley reflects on Gillian Armstrong’s career ahead of retrospective screenings of two of her films at the NFSA.
The earliest surviving film shot in Australia screens at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Director Gillian Armstrong writes about a 2010 screening at the NFSA of a new preservation print of her 1992 film 'The Last Days of Chez Nous'.
New 35mm prints of 'Love Serenade' and 'The Last Days of Chez Nous' screened at the Sydney Film Festival.
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