National Film and Sound Archive Schools Program
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), through its Education Program, offers opportunities for school students
to access and engage with Australian screen culture. It celebrates the Australian film industry by bringing screenings of contemporary and classic Australian feature films, documentaries and short films to schools throughout regional Australia. These films cater specifically for both primary school and high school students. These screenings take place during school hours at local cinemas and the films screened are programmed in consultation with the local area schools.
ATOM is in partnership with the NFSA in offering this online booking system for these free school screening sessions. Click on the blue NFSA's Schools Screening Program link at the bottom of this page to see current available screenings and to book in your area now.
If your school is not able to access any screenings on offer, or they are booked out, please contact the National Film & Sound Archive School Screen Coordinator to discuss organising a screening of any Australian film in your local cinema – or a free screening at your school if there is no cinema nearby.
These screenings are during school hours, and are FREE.
The screenings include such titles as:
Australian Rules (Rated M), Beneath Clouds (Rated M), The Big Steal (Rated M), Delinquents (Rated M), Lantana (Rated MA), The Man From Snowy River (Rated PG), Hating Alison Ashley (Rated PG), Breaker Morant (Rated PG), Gallipoli (Rated PG), Strictly Ballroom (Rated PG), Rabbit-Proof Fence (Rated PG), Newsfront (Rated PG), The Tracker (Rated M), Picnic at Hanging Rock (Rated PG), The Black Balloon (Rated M), Romulus, My Father (Rated M), Ten Canoes (Rated M).
Storm Boy (Rated G), Skippy and the Intruders (Rated G), No Worries (Rated G), Hildegarde (Rated G), The Magic Pudding (Rated G), The Silver Brumby (Rated G), Barney (Rated G), Elephant Tales (Rated G), Dr Plonk (Rated G), The Silly Billies Save the Circus!! (Rated G).
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NFSA's Schools Screening Program: Click Here to Book Now