As part of our 30th birthday celebration of Malcolm, we spoke with David Parker and Tony Mahood, two of the creative minds responsible for the film’s getaway car that splits in two.
We are celebrating 30 years of the hit film Malcolm (1986) with a free pop-up exhibition including the largest item in our collection: the getaway car that splits in two.
To celebrate 60 years of television in Australia, we present an interview with Bruce Gyngell AO, famously the first face to ever grace our screens on 16 September 1956.
Television is celebrating 60 years in Australia this week. This is the story of Sidney Oldroyd, who built a television set at home in 1956 that is still working today.
An Adelaide dentist and amateur filmmaker has donated almost 10 hours of footage which helps chronicle the Australian and international Paralympic movement in the 1970s and 80s. Curator Annie Breslin shares the story behind these films.
On the anniversary of Gallipoli’s release in August 1981, we share this appearance of director Peter Weir and actors Mel Gibson and David Argue on The Mike Walsh Show.
In 1979 two young Australians invented the first Fairlight sampling synthesizer and changed electronic music forever. We have one in working condition!
What is the connection between the world-famous Menuhin musician siblings and Australian headache tablets?