Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasting : discussion paper / a discussion paper prepared jointly by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission and the Department of Transport and Communications
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission and the Department of Transport and Communications, 1991.
Call No: 210.6-054(=995.1)(94) ABO Source: AT Publisher: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission and the Department of Transport and Communications PubDate: 1991 PhysDes: 66 pages ; 30 cm Subject: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND TV; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV Summary: Report on the situation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasting in Australia and how changes in communications technology and funding may impact this Contents: Introduction -- Summary -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Broadcasting - What is it? -- The case for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Broadcasting -- Historical Review -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Regional Media Associations -- Broadcasting for remote Aboriginal communities scheme (BRACS) -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Broadcasting on public radio stations -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander use of national broadcasters -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander involvement in commercial broadcasting -- training needs -- opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander involvement in emerging new services -- where next? -- attachments More info
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AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV
Australian cinema in the 1990s / editor, Ian Craven
London: Frank Cass, 2001.
Call No: 71(94) AUS Author: Craven, Ian Place: London Publisher: Frank Cass PubDate: 2001 PhysDes: 239 p. ; 22 cm Subject: AUSTRALIA; MULTICULTURALISM AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; GONSKI REPORT; INDUSTRY, FILM. AUSTRALIA; LANDSCAPES IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA; MEN IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA; NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; SUBURBS IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA; SOCIETY AND TV; DINGO, ERNIE; ADVENTURES OF BARRY MCKENZIE, THE (AT, Bruce Beresford, 1972); BABE (AT, Chris Noonan, 1995); BIG STEAL, THE (AT, Nadia Tass, 1990); CASTLE, THE (AT, Rob Sitch, 1997); DEATH IN BRUNSWICK (AT, John Ruane, 1991); HEARTBREAK KID (AT, Michael Jenkins, 1993); HEARTLAND [TV] (AT, 1994); IDIOT BOX (AT, David Caesar, 1996); LAST DAYS OF CHEZ NOUS, THE (AT, Gillian Armstrong, 1992); LOVE SERENADE (AT, Shirley Barrett, 1996); METAL SKIN (AT, Geoffrey Wright, 1994); MONKEY GRIP (AT, Ken Cameron, 1982); MURIEL’S WEDDING (AT, P.J. Hogan, 1994); STRICTLY BALLROOM (AT, Baz Luhrmann, 1992) Notes: Includes index and bibliography ISBN: 0714649740; 0714680346(pbk.) : ª16.50 LON: 21663632 Contents: 1. Australian cinema towards the millennium / Ian Craven -- 2. Patterns of production and policy: the Australian film industry in the 1990s / Lisa French -- 3. Unhappy endings: the heterosexual dynamic in Australian film / Nigel Spence and Leah McGirr -- 4. Vulnerable bodies: creative disabilities in contemporary Australian film / Liz Ferrier -- 5. Becoming a man in Australian film in the early 1990s: The big steal, Death in Brunswick, Strictly ballroom and The heartbreak kid / Philip Butterss -- 6. His natural whiteness: modes of ethnic presence and absence in some recent Australian films / David Callahan -- 7. All quiet on the western front? Suburban reverberations in recent Australian cinema / Ben Goldsmith -- 8. Romance and sensation in the 'glitter' cycle / Emily Rustin -- 9. A pig in space? Babe and the problem of landscape / Tara Brabazon -- 10. The castle: 1997's 'battlers' and the ir/relevance of the aesthetic / Stephen Crofts -- 11. Idiot box: television, urban myths and ethical scenarios / Kaye Ferres -- 12. Ernie Dingo: reconciliation (a love story forged against the odds?) / Alan McKee -- Australian cinema in the 1990s: filmography / Samantha Searle -- Australian cinema in the 1990s: a select bibliography / Linda Smith ID2: 306 More info
The black list : film and tv projects since 1970 with Indigenous Australians in key creative roles
Sydney: Screen Australia, 2010.
Call No: 71(94)(=1-81) BLA Copy Management: Copy 1; Copy 2 CorpAuthor: Screen Australia Source: AT Place: Sydney Publisher: Screen Australia PubDate: 2010 PhysDes: 267 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. (chiefly col.) ; 15 x 21 cm Subject: AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND THE CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND TV; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILMS; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; INDIGENOUS; HISTORY OF CINEMA; HISTORY OF CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; HISTORY OF TV; HISTORY OF TV. AUSTRALIA Summary: "Produced by Screen Australia's Strategy & Research Unit, The Black List is an important addition to reference material on Indigenous filmmaking in Australia, cataloguing the work of 257 Indigenous Australians with credits as producer, director, writer, or director of photography on a total of 674 screen productions. It provides descriptive listings of drama and documentary titles where Indigenous Australians have been credited in the key creative roles. Listings go back as far as 1970 for feature films and telemovies, to 1980 for documentaries and mini-series, and to 1988 for shorts and series. Titles are indexed by year and by filmmaker, and the book also features a statistical summary and timeline of key titles and events."--Screen Australia web site. Notes: "June 2010"--Cover verso; Includes indices; Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Address as at 19/12/11: http://www.screenaustralia.gov.au/news_and_events/Media-Release-documents/2010/mr_100923_BlackList.pdf ISBN: 9781920998110 Contents: -- introduction -- chronology of Indigenous film & tv -- key statistics -- titles by year -- features -- tv drama -- documentaries: long -- documentaries: short -- short drama -- title listings -- features -- tv drama -- documentaries: long -- documentaries: short -- short drama -- indexes -- by key creatives -- by titles (A-Z) -- More info
Developing dialogues / Susun Forde, Kerrie Foxwell & Michael Meadows
Bristol, UK: Intellect, 2009.
Call No: 201.1-4(94)(=1-81) FOR Author: Forde, Susan; Foxwell, Kerrie; Meadows, Michael Place: Bristol, UK Publisher: Intellect PubDate: 2009 PhysDes: 186 p. ; 23 cm Subject: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND TV; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; RADIO BROADCASTING. AUSTRALIA; TELEVISION. AUSTRALIA Summary: The audience-producer boundary has collapsed in indigenous and ethnic community broadcasting, and this is the first comprehensive study globally to chart the rise of its new relationship. Based on studies of radio and television audiences in Australia, the authors argue that community radio and television worldwide represents an essential service for indigenous and ethnic audiences. "Developing Dialogues" offers international researchers a new social, cultural and historical perspective on the emergence of the unique Australian community broadcasting sector within the context of other global trends. It will appeal to scholars of media and cultural studies, as well as to industry practitioners and policy makers Notes: includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 9781841502755 More info
Dreaming in motion : celebrating Australia's indigenous filmmakers / Australian Film Commission
Sydney, NSW: Australian Film Commission, 2007.
Call No: REFERENCE SECTION; 023(94)-54 (=1-81) AUS CorpAuthor: Australian Film Commission Source: AT Place: Sydney, NSW Publisher: Australian Film Commission PubDate: 2007 PhysDes: 72 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 x 24 cm + 1 DVD (12 cm.) Subject: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND THE CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND TV; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILM; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILMS; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV Summary: "Dreaming in motion celebrates the achievements over more than a decade of Australia's Indigenous filmmakers and the role played in their collective success by the Indigenous Branch of the Australian Film Commission. Filmmaker entries include personal statements, biographies, filmographies, lists of festival screenings and awards, and accounts of acclaimed films."--From section of folded front cover. Notes: Includes index.; Region 4 DVD.; "Produced by RealTime for the Industry and Cultural Development Division and the Indigenous Branch of the Australian Film Commission."--Verso of title-page.; DVD in plastic envelope in section of folded front cover. It is divided into 2 sections: Filmmakers, and, Films.; Includes bibliographical references and index.; Also available in electronic format via the Internet. Address as at 22/06/2007: http://www.afc.gov.au/profile/pubs/indig.aspx. ISBN: 19020998039 More info
Films vs real life : communicating Aboriginality in cinema and television
UTS Review (May 1997) vol.3 iss.1 p.160-182 Author: McKee, Alan PhysDes: Article; Bibliography Subject: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILMS; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; RACIAL STEREOTYPES IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA; RACIAL STEREOTYPES ON TV. AUSTRALIA; GRANT, STAN; JEDDA (AT, Charles Chauvel, 1955); BLACKFELLAS (AT, James Ricketson, 1992); CHANT OF JIMMIE BLACKSMITH, THE (AT, Fred Schepisi, 1978); REAL LIFE [TV] (AT, 1988) Summary: The article suggests that while the medium of film has tended to search for an Aboriginality which looks 'right', television allows the racial identity of indigenous Australians to be understood in other ways. More info
First watch : worlds apart: journey into a dystopian future that melds indigenous storytelling with the blockbuster narrative of a superhero adventure
Weekend Australian [Review] (28/05/2016) p.27 More info
From the dark side : survey of the portrayal of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders on commercial television / by Lester Bostock
North Sydney: Australian Broadcasting Authority, c1993.
Call No: NEW HOLDINGS SHELVES; 410.1=1-81 Author: Bostock, Lester CorpAuthor: Australian Broadcasting Authority Source: AT Place: North Sydney Publisher: Australian Broadcasting Authority PubDate: c1993 PhysDes: 38 p ; 30 cm Series: Monograph (Australian Broadcasting Authority) ; 3 supplement Subject: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND TV; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; TELEVISION. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING AUTHORITY Summary: Research arising from the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal study reported in 'The people we see on TV - cultural diversity on television'. This study was commissioned to investigate attitudes of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders to their portrayal on national television. Notes: Supplement to monograph 3; At head of title: Kuri Productions Pty. Ltd. ISBN: 0642191905 More info
australian aboriginal cinema
Indigenous dingo yarn gripping
The Age (20/10/2016) p.26 More info
It's TV's golden age - but only if you're white
Sydney Morning Herald (25/08/2016) p.12 Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; ETHNIC GROUPS ON TV. AUSTRALIA Author: Quinn, Karl PhysDes: Clippings File Article Subject: ETHNIC GROUPS ON TV. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; HOMOSEXUALITY ON TV; AUSTRALIANS ON TV Summary: Report on the Screen Australia report titled Seeing Ourselves, which discusses the representation of minority groups on Australian TV and finds that most minorities are underrepresented. Notes: similar article in The Age, 'White ,straight and able? We've got a role for you', same date, page 3 More info
Kicking down the doors : a history of Australian Indigenous Filmmakers from 1968-1993 / by Brian Syron with Briann Kearny
[United States of America]: Lulu Inc, c2007.
Call No: 71(94)(=1-81) SYR Author: Kearney, Briann; Syron, Brian Source: AT Place: [United States of America] Publisher: Lulu Inc PubDate: c2007 PhysDes: 1 vol. [unpaged] ; 28x21 cm Subject: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILM; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; SYRON, BRIAN; KEARNEY, BRIANN Summary: "A history of Indigenous filmmakers from 1968-1993 including non Indigenous films for and about Indigenous people" - Libraries Australia Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.; Originally published: Sydney, Donobri International Communications, 1996. ISBN: 9781847993649 Contents: -- Early days -- chapter 2: the sixties -- chapter 3: the seventies -- 1970 -- 1971 -- 1972 -- 1973 -- 1974 -- 1975 -- 1976 -- 1977 --1978 -- 1979 -- chapter 4: the eighties -- 1980 -- 1981 -- 1982 -- 1983 -- 1984 -- 1985 -- 1986 -- 1987 -- 1988 -- 1989 -- chapter five: the nineties -- 1990 -- 1991 -- 1992 -- 1993 -- reference listings -- feature films -- short films -- series/mini series -- documentaries -- More info
Pathways and protocols : A filmmaker's guide to working with Indigenous people, culture and concepts / Terri Janke
Sydney: Screen Australia, 2009.
Call No: 435(94) (=1-81) JAN Author: Janke, Terri Source: AT Place: Sydney Publisher: Screen Australia PubDate: 2009 PhysDes: 123 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm Subject: INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILM; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; LAW AND THE CINEMA, AUSTRALIA Summary: "This practical guide is essential reading for all filmmakers shooting in Australia. Research and written by lawyer Terri Janke, Pathways & Protocols provides advice about the ethical and legal issues involved in transferring Indigenous cultural material to the screen. Whether shooting in country or city, with an Indigenous cast or not, practitioners of film, TV and digital media projects are encouraged to recognise and respect Indigenous people's images, knowledge, stories and land in the production of audiovisual material."--Back cover. Notes: Two copies. One each in stacks and at front desk. ISBN: 978-1-920998-09-7 Contents: Preface -- How to use this guide -- 1: Introduction -- 1.1: Indigenous Australians -- 1.2: Filmmaking and Indigenous culture -- 1.3: What are protocols -- 2: Principles for protocols -- 2.1: Respect for Indigenous culture and heritage -- 2.2: Respect for Indigenous individuals and communities --3:Implementing protocols within flim practice -- 3.1: Overview - protocols for documentary versus drama -- 3.2: Initial research and project development -- 3.3: Script development -- 3.4: Pre-production and production -- 3.5: Editing and post-production -- 3.6: Screening and broadcasting -- 3.7: Footage archiving -- 3.8: Summary Checklist -- 4: Communication, consultation and consent -- 4.1: Consultation and consent -- 4.2: When consent is required -- 4.3: When consent is recommended -- 4.4: Tips for successful consulatation -- 5: Film and the law -- 5.1: Copyright -- 5.2: Perfomer's rights -- 5.3: Moral rights -- 5.4: Indigenous communal moral rights -- 5.5: Contracts -- 5.6: Defamation -- 5.7: Trade practices -- 5.8: Environmental legislation and national parks -- 5.9: Western Australian Heritage Regulations 1974 -- 5.10 Where to go for more legal information -- 6: Contacts and appendices -- 6.1: Directories -- 6.2: Indigenous media associations and broadcasters -- 6.3: Remote Indigenous Media Organsiations (RIMOS) -- 6.4: Industry agencies with Indigenous components -- 6.5: Indigenous cultural advisers and script consultants-- 6.6: Land Councils -- 6.7:Permit Offices -- 6.8: National Parks -- 6.9: Libraries and archival sources -- 6.10: Media law and copyright -- 6.11: regulation --6.12: Industrial Agreements -- Appendix 1: Sample clauses -- For ICMR in a director's contract -- Screen Australia ICIP Clause in Production and Investment Agreements -- Appendix 2: Background research on other protocols More info
The Australian [The Deal] (19/05/2017) p.8 More info
Reverse shots : indigenous film and media in an international context / edited by Wendy Gay Pearson and Susan Knabe
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Wilfred Laurier University Press, c2015.
Call No: 451-054 (=1-81)(71):(93):(94) REV Author: Pearson, Wendy Gay (ed.); Knabe, Susan (ed.) Source: CN Place: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Publisher: Wilfred Laurier University Press PubDate: c2015 PhysDes: xi, 372 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm Series: Film and media studies series; Film + media studies Subject: CRITICISM; MEDIA; INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S CINEMA. CANADA; INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S CINEMA. NEW ZEALAND; INDIGENOUS; AUSTRALIA; NEW ZEALAND; NEW ZEALAND
MAORI CINEMA; NORWAY; CANADA; DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND THE CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES AND TV; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILMS; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES ON TV; RACIAL STEREOTYPES IN FILMS Summary: "From the dawn of cinema, images of Indigenous peoples have been dominated by Hollywood stereotypes and often negative depictions from elsewhere around the world. With the advent of digital technologies, however, many Indigenous peoples are working to redress the imbalance in numbers and counter the negativity.
The contributors to Reverse Shots offer a unique scholarly perspective on current work in the world of Indigenous film and media. Chapters focus primarily on Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and cover areas as diverse as the use of digital technology in the creation of Aboriginal art, the healing effects of Native humour in First Nations documentaries, and the representation of the pre-colonial in films from Australia, Canada, and Norway. "
--BOOK BACK COVER Notes: Formerly CIP; Includes bibliographical references and index; Also issued online ISBN: 9781554583355 Contents: -- pt. I dream makers -- Introduction Globalizing Indigenous Film and Media / Susan Knabe -- One: He Who Dreams: Reflections on an Indigenous Life in Film / Michael Greyeyes -- pt. II decolonizing histories -- Two: Speakin' Out Blak: New and Emergent Aboriginal Filmmakers Finding Their Voices / Ernie Blackmore -- Three:Taking Pictures B(l)ack: The Work of Tracey Moffatt / Susan Knabe -- Four.The Journals of Knud Rasmussen: Arctic History as Post/Colonial Cinema / Kerstin Knopf -- Five: Australian Indigenous Short Film as a Pedagogical Device: Introducing Wayne Blair's The Djarn Djarns and Black Talk / Colleen McGloin -- Six."Once upon a Time in a Land Far, Far Away": Representations of the Pre-Colonial World in Atanarjuat, Ofelas, and 10 Canoes / Wendy Gay Pearson -- pt. III mediating practices -- Seven: Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou: Indigenous Television in Aotearoa/New Zealand / jo smith and Sue Abel -- Eight: Superhighway across the Sky ... Aboriginal New Media Arts in Australia: A Remix and Email Conversation between Adam Szymanski and Jenny Fraser / Jenny Fraser and Adam Szymanski -- Nine: On Collectivity and the Limits of Collaboration: Caching Igloolik Video in the South / Erin Morton and Taryn Sirove -- pt. IV documentary approaches -- Ten: The Prince George Metis Elders Documentary Project: Matching Product with Process in New Forms of Documentary / Stephen Foster and Mike Evans -- Eleven: "Whacking the Indigenous Funny Bone": Native Humour and Its Healing Powers in Drew Hayden Taylor's Redskins, Tricksters, and Puppy Stew / Ute Lischke -- Twelve: Situating Indigenous Knowledges: The Talking Back of Alanis Obomsawin and Shelley Niro / Maeghan Pirie -- Thirteen:"I Wanted to Say How Beautiful We Are": Cultural Politics in Loretta Todd's Hands of History / Gail Vanstone -- pt. V other perspectives --Fourteen: Filming Indigeneity as Flanerie: Dialectic and Subtext in Terrance Odette's Heater / Tanis MacDonald -- Fifteen: Playing with Land Issues: Subversive Hybridity in The Price of Milk / Davinia Thornley -- glossary -- bibliography -- index -- More info