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A journey through film and sound history!
Students engage with the amazing world of Australian film, television, radio, music and video gaming with our fun-filled, curriculum aligned virtual excursion for upper primary aged students.
In this 30 minute session, you will be introduced to the iconic NFSA building and it’s intriguing history. We then go on a journey through film and sound history. Explore changing technologies within animation and film making, its history, and key Australian productions. Get answers to key questions such as:
- what is media literacy; and
- what is the first feature film?
- what is the oldest piece of footage in our collection?
This session is interactive and includes mini quizzes and tests as well as some exciting and educational clips form our collection. Join us!
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Please note – this is a pre-recorded session. You will be sent a YouTube link once you register for the event.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
On Demand (available until: 31-Mar-2022 05:00PM)
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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
You will need internet access and a paper and pen to record your quiz answers. The presentation is via YouTube.
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: NFSA Education
Email: [email protected]