The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is proud to continue Film Australia’s 60-year heritage, representing a diverse range of high quality Australian documentary and educational programs and whose mission was to create an audiovisual record of Australian life. During this time, it became one of the nation’s leading producers of television documentaries and educational programs.
Film Australia Collection Program Sales manages a worldwide distribution service for the Film Australia Collection (FAC) of titles, marketing them to broadcasters and other media platforms in Australia and overseas, and to retail outlets, schools, higher education and training institutions, public libraries, museums, resource centres, various community groups and government and non-government organisations.
The distribution service ensures that our collection of Australian documentaries, encompassing wide ranging genres such as social issues, arts, history and Indigenous titles achieve the widest possible distribution.
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Educational institutions under an agreement with Screenrights are able to record Film Australia Collection programs for educational purposes when broadcast on television. For more information contact Screenrights.
Television and new media licensing
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for specific information regarding worldwide broadcast licensing, new technology and media licensing and retail sell through DVD sales
Archival and stock footage
With over 5,000 titles documenting Australia since the early 1900s to the present day, the Film Australia Collection Library manages access to one of the largest and most historically significant sources of archival, documentary, stock footage and stills in Australia.