Within a generation, First Nations filmmakers have become a vibrant presence in the centre of filmmaking in Australia.
Superintendent Cobham (Frank Thring) tells (unseen) members of the press that Dan Morgan will not be tolerated if he returns to Victoria.
This experimental film rearranges the same sentence 22 times: ‘A famous filmmaker said: “Cinema is the history of men filming women”’, while deconstructing the video image of a woman bathing in a w
To mark Media Literacy Week 2021, guest writer Dr TJ Thomson examines the role of the NFSA in improving our understanding of the impact of media in our lives and in Australia's history.
Media and Me empowers young people in their increasingly digitised world to make safe choices online.
Kenny puts on a cassette tape. He moves through the radio station to the sound of the music. It is a speech by Gary Foley with music playing in the background.
DJ Kenny (David Page) steps up to the mike and introduces his radio show, Greenbush, the show where dedications are made to Indigenous inmates. Summary by Romaine Moreton.
Kenny answers a knock at the door. It is Steven. Steven asks for a smoke. There is an altercation between Kenny and Steven over Steven’s abuse of his mother Rosie.
Freda Glynn (director of CAAMA) talks about broadcasting in Aboriginal languages in areas where Aboriginal languages are the first language spoken.
British embassy staffer Jill Bryant (Sigourney Weaver) tells her new lover Guy Hamilton (Mel Gibson) that a Chinese ship is en route with arms for the Indonesian Communists.