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The Resource Australian cinema and the spectres of post-coloniality : Rabbit-proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds/, Greg McCarthy

Australian cinema and the spectres of post-coloniality : Rabbit-proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds/, Greg McCarthy

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Australian cinema and the spectres of post-coloniality : Rabbit-proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds/
Title
Australian cinema and the spectres of post-coloniality
Title remainder
Rabbit-proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds/
Statement of responsibility
Greg McCarthy
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses brief history of Australian cinema, the 'first wave' being characterised by colonial notions of terra nullius and the 'second wave' characterising a concern with the settler becoming 'native'; argues that there is a 'third wave' which places the Aboriginal experience at the centre and narrates the history of injustices Indigenous people have experienced; concentrates on films by Phillip Noyce, Ralph de Heer and Ivan Sen
Cataloging source
WCX
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
London papers in Australian studies
Series volume
no. 8
Label
Australian cinema and the spectres of post-coloniality : Rabbit-proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds/, Greg McCarthy
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Series editors: Carl Bridge, Ian Henderson & Anne Pender
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p.28-30
Control code
000026459072
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
30 p.
Isbn
9781855071278
Label
Australian cinema and the spectres of post-coloniality : Rabbit-proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds/, Greg McCarthy
Publication
Note
Series editors: Carl Bridge, Ian Henderson & Anne Pender
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p.28-30
Control code
000026459072
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
30 p.
Isbn
9781855071278

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