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Australian post-war documentary film

Deane Williams

Australian post-war documentary film

an arc of mirrors

by Deane Williams

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Published by Intellect in Bristol, UK, Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Documentary films,
  • History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDeane Williams
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1995.9.D6 W55 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination165 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25567107M
    ISBN 101841502103
    ISBN 109781841502106
    OCLC/WorldCa225876006

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    Rosie is an award-winning documentary writer, director and editor. Prior to The Family she directed the feature doc, The Triangle Wars about an epic struggle over development on an iconic Australian foreshore (Best Australian Documentary, Antenna Doc. Festival , Melbourne International Film Festival Premiere Fund, NZ World Cinema Showcase , St Tropez Cinema Des Antipodes ). Genre/Form: Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kuo, Liangwen. Migration documentary films in post-war Australia.


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Australian Post-War Documentary Film tackles these issues in a considered, wide-ranging analysis of three types of documentaries: governmental, institutional, and radical. Charting the rise of progressive film culture, this volume critiques key films of the era, including The Back of Beyond, and retells film history by placing these documentaries in an international context.4/5(1).

Australian Post-War Documentary Film tackles these issues in a considered, wide-ranging analysis of three types of documentaries: governmental, institutional and radical. Charting the rise of progressive film culture, this volume critiques key films of the era, including The Back of Beyond, and retells film history by placing these documentaries in an international Australian post-war documentary film book.

The relationships among immigration policies, documentary films and the construction of national identities become valuable subjects for examination.

This innovative book is the first in the field that comes with a systematic and comprehensive study of migration documentary films in post-war : Hardcover. Australian Post-War Documentary Film tackles these issues in a considered, wide-ranging analysis of three types of documentaries: governmental, institutional, and radical.

Charting the rise of progressive film culture, this volume critiques key films of the era, including The Back of Beyond, and retells film history by placing these documentaries in an international context. Australian Post-War Documentary Film tackles these issues in a considered, wide-ranging analysis of three types of documentaries: governmental, institutional, and radical.

Charting the rise of progressive film culture, this volume critiques key films of the era, including The Back of Beyond, and retells film history by placing these documentaries in an international context. The documentary film is particularly important in Australian film as seen in the internationally-popular, critically-acclaimed films Picnic at Hanging Rock, Walkabout, and Rabbit-Proof Fence which, though not documentaries, are in the style of Australian documentaries Williams traces back to Grierson.4/5(1).

Australian Post-War Documentary Film tackles all these issues in a considered and wide-ranging analysis of government, institutional and also radical documentaries. On one level, the book is a selective history of Australian documentary film in the immediate post-war years.

It also charts the rise of a progressive film culture. Australian post-war documentary film: an arc of mirrors. [Deane Williams] -- "This book is, at one level, a selective history of Australian documentary film in the immediate post-war years. At another level it is a sketch of an internationalist progressive film culture in the.

This innovative book is the first in the field that comes with a systematic and comprehensive study of migration documentary films in post-war Australia. In the analysis of the sixty-seven films, this book reveals that the project for recruiting migrants to settle in Australia was not a.

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Get this from a library. Migration documentary films in post-war Australia. [Liangwen Kuo] -- The author looks at documentary films used to promote migration to Australia from just after the Second World War until Analyzing 67 films, he shows how migration documentaries were actually.

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Martha Ansara. A chronology of Film Australia – preserving and providing access to the nation’s documentary record for years. May Australia’s federal government employed cameraman Bert Ive, who would become its first long-term cinematographer and stills photographer.Review of Migration Documentary Films in Post-war Australia () by Liangwen Kuo Author: Steve Presence Institution: University of the West of England (UWE) Liangwen Kuo’s study of migration documentary films in post-war Australia is a meticulously researched and thoroughly detailed account of government film propaganda during a key period in the."The Fatal Shore" delivers precisely what the subtitle promises: "the Epic of Australia's Founding." The reader, like the convicts of the time, is "transported" to this land.

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