Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Brian McFarlane.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|ISBN 10||0436270234, 0436270226|
Tom O'Regan's book is the first of its kind on Australian post-war cinema. It takes as its starting point Bazin's question 'What is cinema?'and asks what the construct of a 'national' cinema means. It looks at the broader concept from a different angle, taking film beyond the confines of 'art' into the broader cultural world. O'Regan's analysis situates Australian cinema in its historical and 3/5(1). Australian Cinema in the s book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This study is a collection of critical and scholarly analys /5(3). This book contains detailed critiques of the key films of this period and uses them to illustrate the recent theories on the international and Australian cinema industries. Its conclusions on the nature of the nation's cinema and the discourses within it are relevant within a far wider context; film as a global by: Greatest Films of Australian Cinema book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From indigenous issues and rites of passage, 3/5(2).
Australian Cinema in the s book. Australian Cinema in the s. DOI link for Australian Cinema in the s. Australian Cinema in the s book. Edited By Ian Craven. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 October . The cinema of Australia had its beginnings with the production of The Story of the Kelly Gang, the earliest feature film ever made. Since then, Australian crews have produced many films, a number of which have received international recognition. Many actors and filmmakers started their careers in Australian films, many of whom have acquired international reputations, and a number of whom. Voss, a fictionalised account of the Australian expeditions of explorer Ludwig Leichardt, won its author the inaugural Miles Franklin Award in , and is listed on pretty much every “Best Australian Book” list there is. But although White is Australia’s only Nobel Laureate in Literature (winning in ), for decades it has been popular. The mids had a slow start for Australian film, although the first Academy Award was won for an Australian film, Kokoda Front Line!.The industry picked back up during the s with one of the first internationally released films, Picnic at Hanging Rock, and with the success of the series of Mad Max franchise films. Notable Australian films of the s–s.
The critics have recognized it as a product of a truly Australian cinema' (Bromby, 86).The task of the Australian feature film as evidenced by Newsfront, Career, Breaker Morant and The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith was to develop an emergent Australian culture. Australians had lacked images and information about their own culture and history. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Pike; Ross Cooper; Australian Film Institute. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Australian cinema films, \/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Cardin in Australia: AFI winner for Best Film Journey Out of Darkness: The Pudding Thieves: Wheels Across a Wilderness: Malcolm Leyland, Mike Leyland: Documentary: IMDb: The Change at Groote: AFI winner for Best Film The Pictures That Moved: Australian Cinema: Ride a White Horse: Skindeep: The Talgai Skull: AFI winner for Best Film Time. Bridging the gap between the innocence of early Australian cinema, and the creative rupture that came with the Australian New Wave of the s, this outsider’s look at 60s Aussie culture is a must see for anybody with even a passing interest. The narrative concerns the arrival of an Italian writer to Australia in the mids.