A look at how quickly radio ascended from a novelty to an essential part of life for most Australian households.
A look at the early days of radio, charting its rise from crystal sets through to first broadcasts and advertisements, the emergence of commercial stations and radio personalities, and how the public’s voracious appetite for daily music, sport, news and conversation hinted at what radio would become.
WINHANGANHA is a bold re-envisioning of our history – a new film work by award-winning poet and artist Jazz Money.
Watch a conversation with First Nations artist Richard Bell at the NFSA in January 2023.
Within a generation, First Nations filmmakers have become a vibrant presence in the centre of filmmaking in Australia.
The NFSA has completed a digital restoration of the groundbreaking documentary Lousy Little Sixpence (1983). Ruby Arrowsmith-Todd talks with director Alec Morgan.
The NFSA organised a special Wrong Side of the Road (1981) reunion for cast and crew at the premiere of the film's digital restoration at the Sydney Film Festival in 2013.
Interviews with cast and crew members and musicians featured in Wrong Side of the Road (1981).
Celebrate NAIDOC Week 2023 wherever you are located with Ngara, Buwindja, Nangamai – the NFSA's program of online and in-person events.