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.
The new NFSA documentary Steam on the Harbour showcases Darling Harbour as a busy railway goods yard, long before it became a Sydney tourist destination.
A former railway signaller, Film Curatorial Officer Jeff Wray explores the train films of Roger McKenzie.
Les McLaren is one of a group of Australian filmmakers who made significant documentaries in Papua New Guinea in the 1970s–1990s. We talked with him about their legacy.
Michael Waterhouse is sharing rare 1930s film shot by his grandfather on the Papua New Guinea goldfields. He talks about tracking down and reconstructing his grandfather’s films.
This exhibition celebrates over 100 years of documentary filmmaking on behalf of the Australian Government with a focus on its first long-term cinematographer Bert Ive.
Graham Shirley shares his memories of Stanley Hawes ahead of this week's Hawes retrospective at DocWeek in Adelaide.
Graham Shirley's tribute to Albie Thoms (28 Jul 1941 - 28 Nov 2012), filmmaker and advocate for an independent Australian cinema.
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