Media releases

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2012 National Folk Award Won by Jeff Lang

This year’s National Film and Sound Archive of Australia National Folk Recording Award has been won by Jeff Lang for his new CD, Carried in Mind.

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Totally cool Autumn school holiday program

This Easter and April school holidays it’s TOTALLY COOL fun at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. Bring the kids down for some crafty fun based upon the national audiovisual collection, including a penguin egg hunt!

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'Drowning': Winner of the NFSA Orlando Award

The 2012 NFSA Orlando Short Film Award has been awarded to Craig Boreham, writer and director of Drowning (2009).

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Celebrating International Women’s Day with a domestic affair!

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia is marking United Nations International Women’s Day with a celebration of women from the Australian audiovisual industry.

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Silence is golden!

The Mildura Big Screen film festival will open on Friday 2 March with a very special event – a collection of long-lost silent films from over 100 years ago, found in a garage in Tasmania!

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Autumn Silents 2012: rare silent Antarctic films featuring Scott, Mawson and Shackelton

Autumn Silents, screening from 3-12 March at the NFSA’s Arc Cinema, is a unique opportunity for an original silent cinema experience.

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From the ashes: commemorating the 1942 bombing of Darwin

From the ashes – from WWII to bare-foot crocodile hunting, historic Darwin footage on the big screen after decades.

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Cooee Cabaret's first time in Tasmania

For the first time in Tasmania: Cooee Cabaret – the Sounds of Australia live on stage!

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Wizards, puppets and the Pope

Summer at the National Film and Sound Archive’s Arc cinema brings a whole range of movie pleasures, new and old, indoors in the Arc cinema and outdoors in the NFSA’s courtyard cinema.

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Sensational summer fun

Sensational summer fun at the National Film and Sound Archive. Enquiries and bookings – phone 6248 2000

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