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Netflix finally released the full trailer for Don’t Look Up and there’s also an exclusive clip that was shown before the panel at Deadline Contenders Film: Los Angeles. There will also be an exhibition in Australia showcasing the iconic moments in modern Australian film.
Official Trailer Screencaptures
A new clip from #DontLookUp starring Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tyler Perry, Cate Blanchett and more has been released. pic.twitter.com/wMLJkifftP
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AUSTRALIANS & HOLLYWOOD EXHIBITION
Australians & Hollywood: a tale of craft, talent and ambition is on sale! We open on 21 January at the National Film & Sound Archive in Canberra. Book your ticket now! https://t.co/DWvc1kj10Q #HollywoodNFSA pic.twitter.com/nCQbKgUbRs
— NFSA -National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (@NFSAonline) November 15, 2021
Step into the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia to discover unseen treasures from Australian cinema and find out how our homegrown talent have redefined big-screen spectacle and found success on their own terms.
Australians & Hollywood is a Canberra-exclusive exhibition celebrating iconic moments in contemporary Australian film and the people and stories that brought them to life.
This blockbuster exhibition by the NFSA features beloved cinema moments, rare behind-the-scenes footage and costumes and props from the NFSA collection on display for the first time.
Book your tickets in advance online to get up close with personal treasures from some of Australia’s most celebrated creatives in cinema, including Eric Bana, Paul Hogan, Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin, David Michôd, George Miller, Norma Moriceau, Mia Wasikowska, and more.
Discover the creativity and craft that goes into making a classic. Highlights include the customised steering wheels from Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller, 2015), spectacular costumes from Moulin Rouge! (Baz Luhrmann, 2001) and The Sapphires (Wayne Blair, 2012) plus Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin’s art concept books for Romeo + Juliet (Baz Luhrmann, 1996) and the clapperboard from the 2021 sci-fi epic, Dune (Denis Villeneuve 2021).
Bring your smartphone to access Spotlight, our free digital exhibition companion experience. With Spotlight you can discover and collect bonus exhibition content to take home and explore.
The Australians & Hollywood exhibition is made possible with the support of Major Partner, Visit Canberra and Supporting Partners, Accor, Australian Film Television and Radio School and Creative Content Australia.
Australians & Hollywood will be open daily from 10.00am to 4.00pm and until 8pm on Friday nights during summer.
Main image: Cate Blanchett photography by Mark Rogers
Adult $16 / Concession $13 / Junior (5 to 17 years) $9 / Family $40 / Under 5s free
Please book online to secure your preferred timeslot. Please arrive within 30 minutes of your allocated time and note we cannot accept cash onsite.
Group booking discount $11 per person for groups of 10+. For group bookings over 20, email email@example.com or call 02 6248 2053.