Amanda Keller hosted this behind-the-scenes television special about the dating game show Perfect Match (1983–89), hosted by Greg Evans.
'Like an oyster and a pearl, And a guy and a girl
What have you got? You got a Perfect Match!'
A scene from the NFSA Restores digital restoration of Raymond Longford's 1919 film The Sentimental Bloke, starring Arthur Tauchert and Lottie Lyell.
Bill (Arthur Tauchert) and Doreen (Lottie Lyell) celebrate their marriage with a 'beano’ at her mother’s house.
Single mum Ally (Christie Whelan Browne) agrees to an online iso-date with Joe (Lewis Mulholland), the man who dumped her before COVID-19 changed the world.
This charming 1950s television ad for Cadbury’s chocolates relies on the audience’s familiarity with the style of love song made famous by 1930s French romantic singer Maurice Chevalier.
Graham Shirley's portrait of the pioneering Australian filmmakers, the McDonagh Sisters – Isabel, Paulette and Phyllis.
Charlie (Wayne Munro) is in the shop. His head is turned by a stranger from the city. Charlie is getting served when he notices the stranger has dropped her wallet.
Delilah (Marissa Gibson) sees Samson (Rowan McNamara) at the shop, and his message of love written on the shop wall.
Fanny Brawne (Abbie Cornish) and her mother (Kerry Fox) visit Mr and Mrs Dilke (Gerard Monaco, Claudie Blakley).