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First stage of Arthur Head conservation works completed
Global Affairs Canada advisory on doing business with Xinjiang-related entities
Australia Daze: Restored Bicentenary Documentary to Screen Across Australia
Living with menstruation is more than pads and toilets
January 26 Survival Day Dawn Ceremony to be livestreamed
Noted science journalist Angela Saini to discuss her book Superior: Return of Race Science on
Apple services entertain, inform, and connect world in unprecedented year
John Butler to star at event for WA’s forests – showcasing acclaimed film Cry of Forests
Call for proposals: Arabic version of UNESCO World Atlas of Languages
King’s clinicians recognised in New Year’s Honours
Fuelling life in Antarctica 22 December 2020
British Embassy Bangkok hosted screening of Sir David Attenborough’s latest documentary ‘A Life on Our Planet’
In fiction, we remember deaths that make us sad
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Kazakhstan Kathy Leach
Three Australian projects selected for Sundance Film Festival 2021
Even more films to watch free online this holiday season at Discover holiday classics and new releases
Cisca Hoogendijk receives Festschrift
Creativity during COVID-19
Big picture: film Victoria and Universal Pictures Content Group partner to unearth next big documentary
Waiuta joins Tohu Whenua today
New documentary follows lives of Indigenous trailblazers
2020-2023 NFB Strategic Plan. New ways of storytelling for new ways of seeing
Jean-Daniel Lafond’s End of Certainties to have its world premiere on on
Astonishing story of Afghanistan’s visionary moviemakers and films we almost never got to
A Tale of Two Cities
Virtual reality documentary to bring mega-telescope project to life
Leading astrophysicist receives Swinburne Lifetime Achievement Award
Researchers highlight major flaws in EU refugee policy
Michael Beattie awarded AMaGA Victoria Award for Excellence
Transforming our understanding of voice-hearing
Indigenous knowledge and technology at MIT: “Is it wise?”
Berkeley Law creates protocol to use social media as evidence for war crimes
Screenability filmmakers destined for big screen in 2021
Marking International Day of People with Disability
Bright future ahead for young Tasmanian filmmakers
ABC’s Stateless dominates AACTA Awards
Researchers help to develop new materials for monitoring and healing wounds
Lighting SPARK for five Territory Filmmakers
Connecting Australians: ABC in 2021
Entries open for 2021 St Kilda Film Festival
Virtual Screening for Men’s Mental Health
Old People’s Home For 4 Year Olds wins Emmy
Helping disaster-hit communities through film
Seniors to learn Smartphone filmmaking
Update from Suzanne Leckie, Organisational Wellbeing Manager
Your Right To A Better World
Malinowska explores Haiti’s Polish heritage at Hirshhorn
Special Loop screening to celebrate NAIDOC Week