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Title : Blogging at the margins in Australian retrospective 2012
Creator(s) de Bruyn, Dirk
Year presented 2012
Year created 2012
Publisher URNI Films,
Place of publication Melbourne, Vic.
Material type article
Resource type scholarly text
Description of resource 5 p.
Keyword(s) media history
alternative film
Summary In 1972 Albie Thoms wrote: ‘In Australia it has been impossible to elicit much sympathetic appraisal from critics who seem distressed by the relation of personal film to amateur movies. Even those proselytizing for the New cinema have underrated the personal film as a worthy antidote to the market assumptions of Hollywood.’ (Thoms 1978, p. 146) The question now is, of course, is anything different in 2012? The answer is of course yes and no. Although the politics remains frustratingly familiar the digital has progressed further to the point that where in the 60s every one picked up a guitar, now we pick up a video camera. A postscript relates those films in the program not available for inclusion in the original 90s rant- (i.e. they did not exist) I have further annotated this re-play of old wounds and victories with commentary on some of the films in the screening program.
Notes ISBN: 9780987453709
Language eng
Field of Research 160503 Communications and Media Policy
190201 Cinema Studies
Socio Economic Objective 950204 The Media
HERDC Research category D1 Major review
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