In 1929, Hoyts took the latest 'talking pictures' technology on tour to regional Australia.
Discover the stories behind some of Australia's beloved – and also lesser-known – national treasures.
With the news of the passing of Don Burrows, Australia has lost a giant and pioneer of modern Australian jazz.
We caught up with Warwick Thornton to talk about his new film The Darkside, in which the NFSA makes a cameo.
Every March from 1985 to 1992 thousands flocked to the shores of Lake Burley Griffin to witness one of the more spectacular events on the Canberra Festival program, the Capital 7 Birdman Rally.
Curator Sally Jackson explains why digital files are just as fragile as their analogue predecessors.
A Shakespeare adaptation directed by an Australian filmmaker was the world's first internet film. Miguel Gonzalez looks at Philippe Mora's 1996 prophecies.
Arc Screening Program Manager Quentin Turnour profiles the career of Iranian cinema’s hottest director, Asghar Farhadi, ahead of a special program featuring four of his films.
Screening Program Manager Quentin Turnour looks at the career and work of controversial Japanese director Ōshima Nagisa.
In Wellington, New Zealand, Audiovisual Conservation Assistant Kerry Yates found that objects and artefacts have a life of their own.
Television Curator Helen Tully solves the mystery behind Canberra's Lady of the Lake 1973 beauty contest.
CineCity Canberra: 1913–2013 is a free exhibition highlighting the diversity of the enduring connection between Canberra and its residents with film through stills, photographs, posters and the moving image.
As Canberra celebrates its centenary, Jennifer Coombes highlights Raymond Longford's footage of the naming of Canberra.
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