Reconciliation Week at NFSA Archie Roach: Back to Charcoal Lane, 25 Years on

Reconciliation Week at NFSA

The NFSA marks Reconciliation Week with free screenings and special guests, including Archie Roach going back to Charcoal Lane, 25 years on. Details »

Reconciliation Week at NFSA Archie Roach: Back to Charcoal Lane, 25 Years on

Reconciliation Week at NFSA

The NFSA marks Reconciliation Week with free screenings and special guests, including Archie Roach going back to Charcoal Lane, 25 years on. Details »

Reconciliation Week at NFSA The Tracker screening with Rolf de Heer

Reconciliation Week at NFSA

The NFSA marks Reconciliation Week with free screenings and special guests, including Archie Roach going back to Charcoal Lane, 25 years on. Details »

Reconciliation Week at NFSA Charlie's Country screening with Still Our Country

Reconciliation Week at NFSA

The NFSA marks Reconciliation Week with free screenings and special guests, including Archie Roach going back to Charcoal Lane, 25 years on. Details »

Reconciliation Week at NFSA Walkabout starring David Gulpilil

Reconciliation Week at NFSA

The NFSA marks Reconciliation Week with free screenings and special guests, including Archie Roach going back to Charcoal Lane, 25 years on. Details »

Reconciliation Week at NFSA Big Name No Blanket screening

Reconciliation Week at NFSA

The NFSA marks Reconciliation Week with free screenings and special guests, including Archie Roach going back to Charcoal Lane, 25 years on. Details »

St Kilda Film Fest: Go!!

25 May: See a restored 1966 episode of the Go!! show.

Reconciliation Week

27-29 May: Free film screenings with special guests.

Black Chat: Archie Roach

29 May: Back to Charcoal Lane, 25 Years On.

Strategic Plan

Download the NFSA Strategic Plan 2015-2018.

Online Shop

Purchase DVDs, CD, and film and sound-related books and gifts.

Anzac Centenary

Commemorating the centenary with these projects and exhibitions.

Film Australia Collection

Providing access to our documentary record for 100 years.

The Front Room

Explore our TV, radio and music collection in Canberra.

Online Exhibition

Have you seen the deleted scene from Muriel’s Wedding?