Item description for The Cinema of Australia & New Zealand (24 Frames) by Geoff Mayer, Keith Beattie, Manuel Serapio, Alison Smith, Michael W. Doyle, A. Dold, F. Takens & B. Teissier...
From The Story of the Kelly Gang in 1906 to the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Australia and New Zealand have made a unique impact on international cinema. This book celebrates the commercially successful narrative feature films produced by these cultures as well as key documentaries, shorts, and independent films. It also invokes issues involving national identity, race, history, and the ability of two small film cultures to survive the economic and cultural threat of Hollywood. Chapters on well known films and directors, such as The Year of Living Dangerously (Peter Weir, 1982), The Piano (Jane Campion, 1993), Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson, 2001), and Rabbit Proof Fence (Philip Noyce, 2002), are included with less popular but equally important films and filmmakers, such as Jedda (Charles Chauvel, 1955), They're a Weird Mob (Michael Powell, 1966), Vigil (Vincent Ward, 1984), and The Goddess of 1967 (Clara Law, 2000).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 7.5" Height: 9" Weight: 1.34 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2007
Publisher Wallflower Press
ISBN 1904764967 ISBN13 9781904764960
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More About Geoff Mayer, Keith Beattie, Manuel Serapio, Alison Smith, Michael W. Doyle, A. Dold, F. Takens & B. Teissier
Geoff Mayer is reader and associate professor at La Trobe University (Australia) where he is Head of the School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry. He was a consultant and on-camera film historian on the 2011 documentary Stunt Love, directed by Matthew Bate.