The theme of UNESCO’s World Radio Day 2019 is 'Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace’.
Our exhibition Heath Ledger: A Life in Pictures ends its successful six-month season at the NFSA.
Three siblings starred in a film. Forty years later, they watched themselves on screen for the first time.
The discovery of two films made in Australia by frères Lumière representative Marius Sestier in 1896 includes Australia’s earliest surviving film.
Patricia Lovell AM will be awarded the NFSA's highest accolade - the Ken G Hall Preservation Award - on Monday night.
The late Victorian broadcaster, journalist and author Michael Schildberger recognised early in his career the role that TV could play in reporting news as it unfolded.
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.
Producer Joanna Buggy and highly acclaimed solo violinist Niki Vasilakis from Adelaide discussed the classical music documentary '4' with high school students in South Australia. Watch videos from the event.
Australia will be the guest country at the 25th Mar del Plata Film Festival.
Artists, performers and scholars are invited to be inspired by the NFSA's collection - to excite their curiosity and to seek inspiration.
Can you ever truly say a film has 'been preserved'?
NFSA Historian Graham Shirley recalls the restoration of 'For the Term of His Natural Life' (1927).
On 16 September, violinist Niki Vasilakis and producer Joanna Buggy discussed their documentary film '4' via videoconference with over 60 music and media students.
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