This advertisement begins with shots of a number of identifiable locations and buildings in and around the heart of Melbourne’s city.
We mark World Day for Audiovisual Heritage and Home Movie Day with footage of Australia's top overseas travel destinations.
Tensions emerge between housemates Daisuke (Toshiyuki Chiba) and Hana (Mikiko Ooka) as he prepares to leave Australia.
Cate Shortland brings her distinctive visual sensibility and mood-oriented storytelling to a tale of cross-cultural experience, departure and unrequited love.
This film was made in 1940 by William George Alma, a member of the Victorian Amateur Cine Society who was predominantly a magician and collector of material about magic.
At street level in Gaza, the buildings have been reduced to rubble as a result of the First World War. Aerial shots of the snaking Jordan River follow its flow into the Sea of Galilee.
From onboard the biplane, Frank Hurley films two of the crew looking down over Sydney’s harbour.
The reef’s vibrant and abundant marine life is shown including coral, fish, seahorses and a stingray. Tourists walk amongst the rock pools in the shallows.
Away from the bustle of the city and the strain of everyday life, the islands of the Great Barrier Reef offer a place for relaxation. In the bushland, birds fill the trees.
This clip begins with a sign which says 'Tarn Shan Tin Mine’.