Informit EduTV is an online TV streaming resource of 10,000 TV programs including documentaries and drama series (broadcast and payTV). Viewing is complemented with study guides and articles. An archive of programs is available from 2006, and up to 80 new programs are added every week.
Please register for an EduTV account using your AFTRS email address.
ABC iview is the free internet TV service of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, available within Australia.
iview offers full length catch-up from the ABC’s broadcast TV channels, live streaming of ABC channels on computers, tablets and smart phones, and programs selected just for iview or even before TV.
iview is simple, has no ads, and is free to use. Watch whenever and wherever it suits you, on personal computers, tablets, smart phones, games consoles, internet-connected TVs and media streaming devices.
Most programs are available for at least 30 days after broadcast transmission, and new programs are added every day.
Search for animation works by genre, type of motion, technique, or character. You can see that a wide variety of production styles and expressions were created early on.
Early Japanese animation works were produced by a small team of people like a homemade handicraft business. Here, we introduce the pioneer artists who delivered these works to the world and built the foundation for Japanese animation.
Animation works can be viewed as a list including images in order of date or title. Alternatively, enter keywords to search for specific works.
On JustWatch you are able to find out where to watch your favorite movies & tv shows in Australia.
Select your favorite streaming providers in the WatchBar and see what’s on all the streaming providers.
We organized this list of movies and tv shows by popularity to help you stream the best online in New-Zealand.
The Korean Film Archive works to create a more profound cinematheque culture based on its cinematheque
experience so far. It is a space where a variety of classic and artistic films, both domestic and international,
are screened in accordance with the basic purpose of rediscovering the values of films suffering from
wear and tear, films gradually forgotten by audiences, and films whose values were not properly recognized.
Under the Screenrights licence, staff of educational institutions are permitted to copy from TV and radio and then use the copied material for the educational purposes of the institution.
The Library has a collection of off-air recordings that can be viewed at AFTRS as well as remotely using AFTRS login credentials. Off-air Recordings can also be clipped and used in assignments.
To request an offair recording, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2004 we founded Stash Media on a simple idea: showcase exceptional motion design, visual effects, and animation projects and the people who create them.
Our goal is to keep you inspired and informed.
The NFSA’s Take Three initiative offers Australian tertiary students and emerging Australian artists and filmmakers up to three minutes (180 seconds) of NFSA 100%-controlled footage and/or audio and up to ten stills with no licence fee.