Rolf de Heer talks about being invited by David Gulpilil to his country to make Ten Canoes (2006).
We bring you a recording of our conversation with Jocelyn Moorhouse when she visited the NFSA in 2019 to discuss her book, 'Unconditional Love: A Memoir of Filmmaking and Motherhood'.
This production photo of Mad Max features, from left: Chic Stringer (stills photographer), Garry Wilkins (sound recordist), Harry Glynatsis (camera assistant), John Hipwell (unit manager),
A production still of the Mad Max crew on location. Director George Miller is visible at far left wearing an overcoat.
'The entire budget was $350,000', says George Miller in this interview with Paul Byrnes for australianscreen online in 2006.
A behind-the-scenes photo from the set of The Cheaters (silent version, 1929).
Within a generation, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers have become a vibrant presence in the centre of filmmaking in Australia.
Rolf de Heer oversees the construction of swamp canoes that will be used in the film Ten Canoes (2006). Summary by Romaine Moreton.
Against a backdrop of images of the Ramingining community, director Rolf de Heer talks about the unexpected problems in casting Ten Canoes (2006).
Members of the NSW Fire Brigade tackle a blaze at a paper mill until the fire is brought under control. The smoking wreckage and the building’s shell is all that remains.