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Film Australia was a company established by the Government of Australia to produce films about Australia. Its mission was to create an audio-visual record of Australian culture, through the commissioning, distribution and management of programs that deal with matters of national interest or illustrate and interpret aspects of Australian life.

Australian National Film Board

1945–1956

Australian National Film Board (1945)


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In 1945, the Australian National Film Board was established to produce documentary films.

Australian Commonwealth Film Unit

1956–1973

Australian Commonwealth Film Unit


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In 1956, the Australian National Film Board was renamed the Australian Commonwealth Film Unit.

Film Australia

1973–2008

FilmAus

In 1973, the Australian Commonwealth Film Unit became Film Australia. On 1 July 2008, Film Australia merged with the Australian Film Commission and Film Finance Corporation Australia into one entity of Screen Australia.

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