continuum.s200x200Offshore Processes: International Perspectives on Australian Film and Television

Special Issue Continuum, Vol. 28, No. 5, 2014, edited by Therese Davis, Tony Moore and Mark Gibson, School of Media, Film and Journalism – Monash University

To be launched by Emeritus Professor Graeme Turner, FAHA, Professor of Cultural Studies, Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies University of Queensland

WHEN: Tuesday, 11th November at 5:00 pm
WHERE: ACJC Lounge H8.04 Monash University, Caulfield Campus

Refreshments served please RSVP: halina.bluzer@monash.edu

This special issue is an outcome of research collaboration between Film and Screen Studies and Communications and Media Studies, School of Media, Film and Journalism, that arose from an international symposium held at the Monash Prato Centre in July 2012, supported by the Faculty of Arts.

CONTENTS (AASRN members in bold)

  • Therese Davis, Mark Gibson, and Tony Moore Editorial‘ [PDF]
  • Mark Gibson ‘Tchk, Tchk, Tchk: Skippy the Bush Kangaroo and the Question of Australian Seriousness’
  • Chris Healy ‘A dog, if you point at something, will only look at your finger’: Travelling Television.’
  • Therese Davis ‘Locating The Sapphires: transnational and cross-cultural dimensions of an Australian Indigenous musical film’
  • Olivia Khoo ‘Missing Water: Imagination and Empathy in Asian Australian ‘Boat Stories’ on Screen’
  • Belinda Smaill ‘Promoting Australia: Post-war documentary and Asia’
  • Tony Moore ‘What Route are you Taking?’ The Transnational Experience of the Barry McKenzie Movies’
  • James Bennett ‘ “Breaking Out of the Nationalist/ic Paradigm” International Screen Texts on the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign’
  • Lisa French ‘The international reception of Australian women filmmakers’
  • Oliver Haag ‘Racialising the social problem: Reception of Samson and Delilah in Germany’
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