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Title: "All we see and all we seem..." - Australian Cinema and National Landscape. [abstract].
Authors: Prescott, Nicholas Adrian
Keywords: research
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: In this paper I will argue that Australian feature filmmakers’ uses and depictions of “the Australian landscape” in their cinema have undergone a striking and important transformation since the 1970s, and that this transformation, while reflecting a developing and modulating sense of Australian cultural identity, has also been crucially linked with changes and developments in the Australian film industry itself, changes which relate to Government investment initiatives, increasingly complex production and co-production strategies, and, more recently, off-shore production by major Hollywood studios.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1565
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