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eBook Australian National Cinema (National Cinemas) ePub

by Tom O'Regan

  • ISBN: 0415057302
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Tom O'Regan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 22, 1996)
  • Pages: 416
  • ePub book: 1730 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1188 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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This book shows how Australian films and film-makers have engaged with urgent social and cultural issues of class, religion, race, gender and sexual orientation.

Ships from and sold by Bahamut Media. This book shows how Australian films and film-makers have engaged with urgent social and cultural issues of class, religion, race, gender and sexual orientation. Series: National Cinemas.

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

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 cultural perspective producing a valuable insight into the issues that have been raised by film policy, the cinema market place and public discourse.

Электронная книга "Australian National Cinema", Tom O'Regan. Tom O'Regan's book is the first of its kind on Australian post-war cinema

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National cinema is a term sometimes used in film theory and film criticism to describe the films associated with a specific nation-state. Although there is little relatively written on theories of national cinema it has an irrefutably important role. Although there is little relatively written on theories of national cinema it has an irrefutably important role in globalization. Film provides a unique window to other cultures, particularly where the output of a nation or region is high. Countries like South Korea, Russia and Iran have over the years produced a large body of critically acclaimed films.

Moran, Albert and Tom O’Regan, eds. An Australian Film Reader (Australian Screen Series). O'Regan, Tom. Australian National Cinema. London: Routledge, 1996. Ryan, Mark, David (2009),'Whither Culture?

Moran, Albert and Tom O’Regan, eds. Sydney: Currency Press, 1985. Moran, Albert and Errol Vieth. Film in Australia: An Introduction Sydney: Cambridge University Press, 2006. Ryan, Mark, David (2009),'Whither Culture?

Australian national cinema. Australian television culture. Allen & Unwin, 1993. The Australian Screen.

Australian national cinema. The film studio: Film production in the global economy. B Goldsmith, T O'Regan. Rowman & littlefield, 2005.

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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 cultural perspective producing a valuable insight into the issues that have been raised by film policy, the cinema market place and public discourse on film production strategies. Since 1970 Australian film has enjoyed a revival. 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 phenomenon.