Amateur filmmaker Neville Govett talks about his footage of Brisbane at the end of the Second World War in September 1945.
For World Home Movie Day 2021, curator Heather Gill highlights the work of Australia's amateur cine societies.
With Bush Critics (1961), Don Featherstone elevates home movies by combining crowd-pleasing shots of koalas with a genuine story arc.
The new family car has broken down only a few miles from home after a pleasant outing. Unable to fix it, they are forced to push their car the rest of the way.
This clip from a home movie, filmed by Australian Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies, shows Queen Elizabeth II arriving at Westminster Abbey in a horse-drawn carriage.
This clip from a Sir Robert Menzies home movie begins with a close-up of Sir Winston Churchill. It then shows him sitting on a rock beside a small waterfall, playing fetch with a dog.
This clip from the Menzies home movie collection shows the Lodge in snow as well as Spring. Summary by Elizabeth Taggart-Speers.
This clip from a home movie, filmed by Australian Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies, begins with the intertitle 'H.M.A.S. Sydney’.