For World Home Movie Day 2018, we share early home movies of Sydney and the USA by filmmaker Anthony Buckley.
A behind-the-scenes look at Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits, now showing at Samstag Museum in Adelaide.
Annette Kellerman took on the world – swimming, acting, performing and writing herself into the history books.
On the centenary of the 'Great Strike', which started on 2 August 1917, we've reconstructed a censored film which hasn't been seen in 100 years.
Film Curator Heather Gill looks at the legacy of short-film festival Tropfest.
Shana Tiang, winner of the 'Test of War' Young Composers' national competition, shares her love of music with the NFSA.
The NFSA has supplied Australian archival film classics to Cambodia's Technicolor Foundation Film Festival and NFSA Senior Researcher Mick Newnham enjoys the audience reaction.
Mick Newnham attends the inaugural MEMORY! International Film Heritage Festival in Phnom Penh and is reminded that 'there are no old films, just films you haven't seen yet'.
Luna Park Melbourne is 100 years old! Collection Access Officer Siobhan Dee explores a new film compilation to celebrate the iconic park's birthday.
Advertising has come a long way since The Mystery of a Hansom Cab was first adapted for the screen in Australia in 1911, as Helen Tully discovered.
Audiences loved The Artist, that ode to the early days of cinema, but as Kodak files for bankruptcy, has film lost the battle against digital?
Film journalist Sandy George looks at the impact of the Adelaide Film Festival.
The Young at Heart Film Festival is about engagement and involvement in film and is targeted at audiences over 60. It is held annually in March during NSW Seniors' Week.
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