Australian Centenary of Cinema, trailer, cinema version, Australian Centenary of Cinema Inc., Australian Film Commission, Melbourne Film Office and City of Melbourne, Murray Mancha Pty Ltd, 1995, 1 min. 59 secs. (There is a shorter version, 1 min.) This compilation made was by Scott Murray. (Verhoeven, 1999: 12.)

Australian Movies to the World (Gordon Glenn, Scott Murray, 1983) narrator John Stanton; 110m.

Celluloid Heroes (Robert Francis, 1966) wr. Robert Francis, prod. Anthony Buckley, Film Australia; four parts: Pioneers 1894-1927, OK for Sound 1928-1948, Arising from the Ashes 1949-1970, Beyond our Wildest Dreams 1971-1995

Cinema of Unease: A Century of New Zealand Cinema, A (Sam Neill, Judy Rymer, 1996) wr. Sam Neill, Judy Rymer; presented by Sam Neill; NZ

David Stratton: A Cinematic Life, ABC, 2017 (feature doco based on the three-part TV series which follows)

David Stratton's Stories of Australian Cinema, 2017 (three three-hour programs made for TV)

Efftee's Australia, NFSA

Efftee's Entertainers, NFSA

Forgotten Cinema (Tony Buckley, 1967) prod. Tony Buckley, wr. Bill Peach (on the same DVD as Palace of Dreams, Peter James, 1984, a doco about the 1929 State Theatre Sydney)

History of Australian Cinema, compilation of The Pictures that Moved, The Passionate Industry, and Now You're Talking, dvd

Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild Untold Story of Ozploitation! (Mark Hartley, 2008) doco compilation with many clips of films from the 1970-80s

Now You're Talking (Keith Gow, 1979) third part, 1930-1940, of The History of Australian Cinema, vide supra

Passionate Industry, The (Joan Long, 1972) prod. Commonwealth Film Unit, wr. Joan Long; second part, 1920-1930, of The History of Australian Cinema, vide supra

Pictures that Moved, The (Alan Anderson, 1968) prod. Commonwealth Film Unit, wr. Joan Long; first part, 1896-1920, of The History of Australian Cinema, vide supra

Joan Long and Martin Long 1982, The Pictures that Moved: A Picture History of the Australian Cinema 1896-1929 (Hutchinson, Melbourne) includes scripts of both of the previous two films

White Fellas Dreaming: A Century of Australian Cinema (Dr George Miller, 1996) aka 40,000 Years of Dreaming

Women of  the Silent Era: Virgins, Vamps and Heroines: Selections from Australian Film 1896-1930, NFSA

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