Sally Jackson and Graham Shirley describe the restoration of the landmark 'The Story of the Kelly Gang' (1906), the world's first feature-length narrative film.
Dating back to our first feature film, we explore Australian cinema's enduring fascination with our most infamous bushranger.
Dr John Milner explores the work of Justin Kurzel, a director whose films explore myth, identity and traumatic moments in Australian history.
Ned Kelly, played by Mick Jagger, gives a rousing speech to fellow Irishmen calling on them to rally behind his fight for a Republic of Victoria.
Ned and Joe enact revenge on their traitorous friend Aaron Sherritt.
Ned Kelly and his gang ambush Sergeant Kennedy and his men at Stringybark Creek.
A humorous scene from Harry Southwell's 1920 film The Kelly Gang. Ned and his accomplice Joe Byrne hold up a bank.
Introductory scene from Justin Kurzel's True History of the Kelly Gang (2019).
Mick Jagger stars in Ned Kelly (1970).