Sunday 10th October 2010
National Film and Sound Archive Canberra History Screening

A screening of the documentary Canberra: A City Album, with fascinating historical footage, drawn from the Archive's collection. Stay on for afternoon tea and scones at Teatro Fellini (own expense), and to visit the interactive exhibition and the National Film and Sound Archive shop.

About Canberra: A City Album 

Explore Canberra's fascinating past. Historic footage captures the days of prohibition, the festivals, the parades and many changes in the lives of the people who have lived there. Canberra is much more than just the bush capital of Australia - it's also a place where people live, work and play. Canberra: A City Album explores a fascinating past to see what it was like to live here from the days of the first sod turnings up until self-government gave Canberrans responsibility for the Territory's future. 

Meeting Point:  Meet in the Theatrette, National Film and Sound Archive, McCoy Circuit, Acton. 

Start Time: 1:00pm

End Time: 2:30pm

Cost: Free (afternoon tea own expense)

Bookings: Essential (numbers limited)

Contact: Email:, Phone 0437 301 390

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