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Our Acton home is open daily from 10am to 4pm, nestled between Lake Burley Griffin and the Australian National University, and in walking distance of Canberra’s city centre.

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The NFSA is delighted by the announcement of new funding for the National Collecting Institutions announced by Minister for the Arts Tony Burke.

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Former Managing Director of CTC 7 Canberra, George Barlin, talks in 2002 about Kerry Stokes and his investment in local production.

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Postmaster-General CW Davidson’s speech at the official opening of Canberra’s first television station on 2 June 1962.

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The official handover of the keys to the CTC 7 studio on Black Mountain, Canberra. Please note: This clip has no sound.

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CTC-7 General Manager George Barlin and Chairman of the Board Arthur Shakespeare in the bush on Black Mountain, Canberra, where Canberra’s first television studio and transmitter was to be located.

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George Barlin, first General Manager of CTC 7 Canberra, talks of a test conducted on Black Mountain to see if a building would be seen in the suburb.

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Canberra’s first purpose-built cinema was the Capitol Theatre, which opened in 1927 with more than 1,000 seats.

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Filmmaker Phillip Noyce was tasked with recording the 1971 Aquarius Arts Festival held at the Australian National University in Canberra.

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Rosalie Gascoigne (1917–1999) was interviewed by Robin Hughes for the Australian Biography series when she was 82 years old.