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Logie award-winning actor Gyton Grantley, director Claire Gorman and rising surf star Jess Laing will be the special guests when the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) brings the Big Screen Australian Film Festival to Kyogle and Yamba from 31 March to 6 April.
The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is pleased to announce the 2011 recipient of the NFSA Cochrane-Smith Award for Sound Heritage is Bill Armstrong, founder of Armstrong Studios.
The National Film and Sound Archive’s Arc cinema is offering Canberra residents a rare opportunity to see one of Japan’s few still-active benshi’s (silent film narrators), performing live in March. Also on offer is the unique opportunity to experience some of the rare gems of Japanese cinema’s distinct silent filmmaking of the 1920s and early 1930s.
The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is pleased to announce Grant Scicluna, writer and director of Neon Skin (2008), is the winner of the inaugural NFSA Orlando Short Film Award for the best lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex short Australian film.
The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is presenting a free screening of Robert Connolly’s film Balibo, followed by an expert panel discussion on the role of culture and heritage in the relationship between Australia and Timor Leste, at 10am, Friday 25 February, in Arc cinema.
The National Film and Sound Archive’s (NFSA) Sounds of Australia will be brought to life in Cooee Cabaret, a fun, sing-along journey through the history of Australia’s iconic sounds and songs.
The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) and the Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) will once again afford an emerging cinematographer the opportunity to win a generous cash incentive.
The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is inviting people to share their favourite sounds of summer and the stories behind them, to help curate a ‘Sounds of Summer’ collection.
A new history project to track the lives of Australia’s next generation of creative artists was launched today named after the great Australian actor Heath Ledger.
Arts Minister Simon Crean and the late actor’s father Kim Ledger launched the Heath Ledger Young Artists Oral History Project at the National Film and Sound Archive.
This week, the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the earliest known surviving Test cricket action filmed in Australia. Shot at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 9 December 1910, the silent 35mm nitrate film shows two scenes from the opening day of the 1st Test of the Australia v South Africa series.