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Graham Shirley

Manager of Access Projects

NFSA

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NFSA

Level 1 45 Murray Street

Pyrmont, New South Wales,2009

Australia

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The NFSA is committed to improving the provision of our services to you. Our Service Charter describes the values that guide the NFSA's activities, outlines the services we provide, describes the service standards that you can expect, and how you can help us i... more

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Employment History

Recording Studio Manager, Voice Artist, Script Writer

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English and History Teacher

Jordao College


Prisoners of Propaganda


Affiliations

Cinema Inc

Board Member


Sound Archive

Film Historian


Web References(95 Total References)


Portraits on ASO - Australia's audio and visual heritage online

aso.gov.au [cached]

Graham Shirley profiles the pioneering filmmakers, The McDonagh sisters - Isabel, Paulette and Phyllis.
NFSA Historian Graham Shirley writes that Heath Ledger's career and life were tragically cut short, but his international success and the calibre of his performances will endure the test of time. NFSA Historian Graham Shirley on the life and work of Giorgio Mangiamele, a filmmaker ahead of his time. NFSA Historian Graham Shirley celebrates the life and work of filmmaker, author, journalist, humanitarian and champion of social justice Cecil Holmes.


www.ozsilentfilmfestival.com.au

Graham Shirley, Historian at the NFSA and restorer of this classic film, will attend the screening and discuss the film's restoration with the audience after the screening


Curators on ASO - Australia's audio and visual heritage online

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Graham Shirley
Graham Shirley Graham is NFSA's Manager of Access Projects. He has been a documentary film director and scriptwriter, researcher, film historian and oral historian. His documentaries include titles curated by Graham titles where Graham has a credit


Screen Australia - Former AFC - News Archive - Restored To Glory - The Story Of The Kelly Gang Back On The Big Screen After 100 Years

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In this essay, written for the commemorative program for the Parliamentary and public screenings of the film on 29 and 30 November, the NFSA's GRAHAM SHIRLEY and SALLY JACKSON track the journey of this remarkable film from glory to rubbish tip to restoration.
Graham Shirley, Senior Curator, Moving Image The NFSA's Sally Jackson, moving image specialist, and Senior Curator Graham Shirley celebrate the completion of The Story of the Kelly Gang digital restoration.


Screen Australia - Former AFC - News Archive - Graham Shirley The NFSA'S Curator Of Documents And Artefacts Speaks To Dan Edwards.

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Graham Shirley the NFSA's Curator of Documents and Artefacts speaks to Dan Edwards.
Graham Shirley AFC News IndiVision News Graham Shirley the NFSA's Curator of Documents and Artefacts speaks to Dan Edwards. On March 16, the National Film and Sound Archive's new Senior Curator of Documents and Artefacts, Graham Shirley, will present The Outback on Screen: Physical Space/State of Mind, a compilation of Australian feature film and documentary footage accompanied by live narration. The presentation will examine how Australian filmmakers have depicted the Australian Outback over a century of moving images. Graham was appointed to the newly created Documents and Artefacts curatorial position in November 2005, and took up the post in mid-January. In a career spanning three decades, he has worked as a filmmaker, scriptwriter, researcher and historian. He is co-author of Australian Cinema: The First 80 Years and the writer/director of numerous documentaries including Road to Tokyo (2005), White Bay Power Station (2003) and Prisoners of Propaganda (1987). The AFC's Dan Edwards spoke to Graham about The Outback on Screen and his new position at the NFSA. Graham Shirley: Yes, what I'm seeking to do with this presentation is look at the place of the Outback in people's minds - it's a physical space as well as a mental construct. The Outback on Screen: Physical Space/State of Mind will be presented by Graham Shirley at 5.30pm on March 16, at the National Film and Sound Archive, Acton, Canberra.


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