National Film And Sound Archive

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  • Address: McCoy Circuit, Canberra, 2601, Australia
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +02-62482000
  • Ticket Price: 10 AUD
  • Tags: Library, History Museum, Family And Kids, Exhibition

National Film And Sound Archive - Review

The National Film and Sound archive has a fascinating collection of movies, documentaries and other audio visual heritage from Australia’s rich culture and arts history. There are about 1.9 million works at the Archive, each of it is unique and represents the talented artistes of this subcontinent. It also encompasses documents and artefacts such as photographs, posters, lobby cards, publicity items, scripts, costumes, props, memorabilia, oral histories, and vintage equipment.

National Film And Sound Archive Ticket Prices

  • Concession Ticket: 8 AUD

How To reach National Film And Sound Archive by Public Transport

  • Liversidge Street bus stop is closest.
  • Alight at Edinburgh Ave stop, proceed 600m to entrance on McCoy circuit.
  • For disabled, alight at Liversidge St stop, proceed 400m to entrance on Liversidge St.

 

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  • National Film And Sound Archive Address: McCoy Circuit, Canberra, 2601, Australia
  • National Film And Sound Archive Contact Number: +02-62482000
  • National Film And Sound Archive Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • National Film And Sound Archive Price: 10 AUD
  • Best time to visit National Film And Sound Archive(preferred time): 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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  • 55.07% of people who visit Canberra include National Film And Sound Archive in their plan

  • 55.8% of people start their National Film And Sound Archive visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see National Film And Sound Archive

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National Film And Sound Archive, Canberra Reviews

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  • I was a bit disappointed...I thought there would be more displays ....... what was there was very interesting and we spent an enjoyable couple of hours there 2 movie theatres and if you’re lucky they’re playing something interesting..... the 60s and 70s tv shows brought back memories .... overall we had a good time but we just expected a bit more.....

  • Great display celebrating the life of Heath Ledger. Cafe is adequate and has good food choices. Would be nice to see a wider display of objects and additional galleries open to the public.

  • So many great things to see here. It's a shame that they had so much funding taken off them.but they are doing the most amazing job with the funding that they do have. You need to go to some amazing films etc to help them out.

  • Very well curated exhibition of the life and work of Heath Ledger, I would have happily paid to see it. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will be returning for future exhibitions.

  • The National Film and Sound Archive is Australia's 'living' archive – the custodian of over 2.8 million items that we not only collect, but preserve for future generations and share in many diverse ways. It’s all about the Collection. Established in 1984, with roots dating back to the 1930s, the NFSA is Australia’s premier audiovisual archive and a place of engagement with Australian audiovisual production, past and present, for everyone. It is Australia’s ‘living’ archive and the custodian of over 2.8 million items that is collected, but preserve for future generations and share in many diverse ways. The NFSA collection holds more than 2.8 million works, including films, television and radio programs, videos, audio tapes, records, compact discs, phonograph cylinders and wire recordings. It also encompasses documents and artefacts such as photographs, posters, lobby cards, publicity items, scripts, costumes, props, memorabilia, oral histories, and vintage equipment

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