Tony McNamara (The Great) talks to Jenny Cooney about creative ambition and the filmmakers that influenced him.
In this NFSA Presents: Inspired interview, Jenny Cooney talks to Tony McNamara (The Favourite, The Great, Cruella) about creative ambition, the filmmakers that h
Leah Purcell (The Drover's Wife) talks to Jenny Cooney about our film history and the impact of seeing black worlds on screen.
In the late 1960s American programming dominated our television screens and homegrown drama series were still comparatively few.
This introduction to a 1960s audiobook recording of the novel of Wake in Fright is spoken with a refined radio broadcaster's accent.
It was a clever choice by director Baz Luhrmann to cast Kylie in a cameo as the playful and seductive ‘Green Fairy’ in his epic musical Moulin Rouge! (2001).
Libby Butler is an experienced freelance scriptwriter, mainly through FremantleMedia for series such as Neighbours and most recently Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries.
This collection profiles some of the most extraordinary Australian men of our time.
Mungo MacCallum (1913–2020) was a distinguished journalist, writer and broadcaster, known for his satirical wit.
Thomas Keneally (b. 1935, Sydney NSW) is one of Australia's most popular and prolific writers, having published more than 30 novels, dramas, screenplays and books of non-fiction.