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The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) marks the United Nations’ World Television Day (21 November) with an online history of the development of regional television in Australia.
The National Film and Sound Archive is currently installing a new one-of-a-kind exhibit, which will provide visitors with the opportunity to ‘play’ and remix the music of Gotye.
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) will present its 2012 Ken G Hall Film Preservation Award to Susanne Chauvel Carlsson, daughter of legendary filmmakers Charles and Elsa Chauvel, on 27 November at the Chauvel Cinema in Sydney.
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) celebrates Melbourne Cup with a selection of historical moving image, sound and photographs dating as far back as 1896. These materials are available online for all Australians to enjoy before watching this year’s edition of the race that stops the nation.
Rabbit-Proof Fence screenwriter Christine Olsen will participate in the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s (NFSA) first nationwide educational videoconference, presented in collaboration with Geraldton Regional Library in Western Australia, and technology solution company Electroboard.
For the fifth year running, the NFSA’s Arc Cinema will play an important part in Canberra’s International Film Festival, from 31 October to 11 November. email@example.com
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is partnering with two regional galleries to bring the new exhibition The Art of Sound to audiences in Grafton NSW and Margaret River WA in 2013.
Australia’s only film showcase dedicated to the cinema of our own region returns for its 2012 edition, screening at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s Arc Cinema.
A new exhibition of film posters at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia highlights some of the many screen adaptations of Australian novels and plays held in the NFSA’s extensive collection.
Popular recording artists AC/DC, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and the late Jimmy Little have been immortalised with their inclusion in the National Film and Sound Archive’s National Registry of Recorded Sound.