Olive Cotton is a key figure in the development of contemporary Australian photography. Olive exhibited internationally in the 1930s and ran the Sydney studio of long-time collaborator Max Dupain d
This short news story from October 1999 covers the launch of Kylie, the self-titled book, at Selfridges – a high-end department store in London.
After successful seasons in Canberra, Adelaide, the Gold Coast, Bathurst and Geraldton between 2017 and 2019, you can now find highlights from the Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits exhibition online.
'Life Through the Lens' is a photographic showcase currently on display in the Liversidge Space at the NFSA building in Canberra.
Matt Nettheim shares insights into his work as on-set stills photographer on films featured in the Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits exhibition.
Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits explores striking portraits emerging from 100 years of Australian movies and draws extensively on items from the NFSA collection.
In a montage of footage from 1970s feminist films, interlaced by narration and music, the clip proposes the notion of a new sisterhood. Summary by Adrienne Parr.
Using still photographs, personal narration, quoted correspondence and music, the mid-20th century history of the maternal side of the filmmaker’s family is detailed.
Using still photographs, personal narration, quoted correspondence and music, the early 20th century history of the maternal side of the filmmaker’s family is detailed.