The archive project : the realist film unit in Cold War Australia / by John Hughes
John Hughes, Early Works, Australian Teachers of Media Inc (ATOM), c2013.
Call No: 79ARC HUG Author: Hughes, John Source: AT Publisher: John Hughes; Early Works; Australian Teachers of Media Inc (ATOM) PubDate: c2013 PhysDes: xiii, 146 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 27 cm Subject: INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS; INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA; FESTIVALS; FESTIVALS. AUSTRALIA; DOCUMENTARY FILMS; COLD WAR FILMS. AUSTRALIA; COLD WAR AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; REALIST FILM UNIT AND ASSOCIATION, THE; ARCHIVE PROJECT THE (AT, John Hughes, 2005) Summary: "This 'book of the film' has been a long time in preparation.The Archive Project is an illustrated screenplay of the film of the same name that premiered at the Australian International Documentary Conference in 2006. The film quickly accumulated a number of awards and nominations including a Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for best feature documentary, a NSW Premiers History Prize, and nominations at the 2006 AFI Awards, the Australian Writers Guild Awards and the Australian Directors Guild Awards. The film won Best Tertiary Resource at the 2006 ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media) Awards. The book enhances the experience available through the film with greater editorial detail and rich pictorial documentation. Extra interviews included supplement a pictorial history of film culture and politics during Australia's cultural Cold War. An appendix lists all known screenings of the Melbourne Realist Film Association and breakout texts provide background information and succinct biographies of key players" -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Includes index ISBN: 9781742953281 Donation: Donated by John Hughes Contents: -- acknowledgments -- preface -- introduction: Deane Williams -- the archive project screenplay -- chapter 1 days of hope -- chapter 2 workers' art -- chapter 3 the early films: "realism" -- chapter 4 these are our children -- chapter 5 screenings -- chapter 6 "adversely known" -- chapter 7 prices and the people -- chapter 8 a politics of fear -- chapter 9 phone taps and number plates -- chapter 10 vote 'no!' -- chapter 11 they chose peace -- chapter 12 after '56 -- interviews -- Phillip Adams -- Dick Mason -- Don Munro -- Dot Thompson -- Margaret Walker -- Realist film association screenings 1945-59 -- More info
A commentary on Barrett Hodsdon's report on minority exhibition and distribution / David Roe
Don't shoot darling! : women's independent filmmaking in Australia / edited by Annette Blonski, Barbara Creed, Freda Freiberg
Richmond, Vic.: Greenhouse, 1987.
Call No: 462-02(94) DON Copy Management: Copy 1; Copy 2 Author: Blonski, Annette; Creed, Barbara; Freiberg, Freda Place: Richmond, Vic. Publisher: Greenhouse PubDate: 1987 PhysDes: 400 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 28 cm Subject: WOMEN AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN FILM WORKERS. AUSTRALIA; INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA; INDEPENDENT FILMS. AUSTRALIA; EXPERIMENTAL FILMS. AUSTRALIA; FEMINISM AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; ADDIS, ERIKA; ANSARA, MARTHA; ASH, EVE; CANTRILL, ARTHUR & CORINNE; FISKE, PAT; GIBSON, SARAH; GRACE, HELEN; LAMBERT, SUSAN; HARTMAN, RIVKA; HOASS, SOLRUN; KEARNEY, BRIANN; KELLY, GABRIELLE; ROLLE, DI; SCHWARZ, MONIQUE; THORNLEY, JENI; TILSON, ALISON; ARMSTRONG, GILLIAN; CAMPION, JANE; BEHIND CLOSED DOORS (AT, Sarah Gilbert & Susan Lambert, 1980); IN THIS LIFE'S BODY (AT, Corinne Cantrill, 1987); FOR LOVE OR MONEY (AT, Megan McMurchy & Jeni Thornley, 1983); MY LIFE WITHOUT STEVE (AT, Gillian Leahy, 1986); WE AIM TO PLEASE (AT, Robin Laurie & Margot Nash, 1977); SERIOUS UNDERTAKINGS (AT, Helen Grace, 1983); SONG OF CEYLON, A (AT, Laleen S.B. Jayamanne, 1984) Summary: Don't shoot darling! affirms the significant role played by women filmmakers. Various contributors examine the institutions and organisation which provide support for women's films; the achievements and limitations of affirmative action training schemes for women; and the reception and coverage of women's independent films by the press. A number of particular films - among them, For love or mone, My life without Steve, Serious Undertakings and Behind closed doors - are analused from feminist critical perspectives, and the book includes a collection of statements by individual women filmmakers about their own experiences and attitudes. -- Back cover Notes: Includes bibliographical references and indexes ISBN: 0864360584 : price unknown LON: anb86436058; 5042996 Contents: Preface -- Beginnings -- Big brother - women and the state -- Feminist initiatives -- Training and affirmative action -- Personal statements -- The press -- Textual analysis More info
Experimental : New Cinema Catalogues
Lumiere (September 1972) iss.16 p.36 More info
subject clippings file
INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA
(Official Hansard report) : Commonwealth of Australia. Senate. Standing Committee on Education, Science and the Arts: (Reference: broadcasting and television). (PROOF); Sydney, Monday, 17 December 1973 / Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Education and the Arts
Call No: 205 (94) AUS Source: AT PubDate: 1973 PhysDes: 290 pages ; 30 cm Subject: TELEVISION. AUSTRALIA; INDUSTRY, TV. AUSTRALIA; PRODUCTION, TV. AUSTRALIA; PRODUCTION. AUSTRALIA; EXPERIMENTAL FILM AND TELEVISION FUND; EXPERIMENTAL FILMS. AUSTRALIA; INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN FILM INSTITUTE; WOMEN AND TV. AUSTRALIA; WOMEN TV WORKERS. AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION; CHILDREN, EFFECTS OF TV ON. AUSTRALIA; CHILDREN, PROGRAMMES FOR. AUSTRALIA; OFFICE PICNIC, THE (AT, Tom Cowan, 1973) Summary: Reports and discussions made by the Media Women's Action Group, Australian Children's Television Action Committee, Australian Film Institute, and Reg Grundy Enterprises with members of the Australian Senate. These reports and discussions include descriptions of Australian TV (particularly daytime TV) in relation to the women who watch it, the effect of programs on children, the role the Australian Film Institute has in relation to the Experimental Film and Television Fund, it's effectiveness and relationship to the Australian Broadcasting Commission, and the ability of Australian's to sell their TV shows overseras Notes: condition of distribution: this is an uncorrected proof of evidence taken before the Standing Committee. It is made available under the conditiion that it is recognised that this copy is an uncorrected proof. Contents: Witnesses: Suzanne Baker and Eva Maria Cox / Media Women's Action Group -- Merle James and Ewart Wade / Australian Children's Television Action Committee -- Richard Brennan / Australian Film Institute -- Edwin Morrisby / Reg Grundy Enterprises More info
Report on minority exhibition and distribution / Barrett Hodsdon
A select list of Australian independent films held by the Film & Video Collection / Education Department of Victoria
Carlton, Vic.: Education Department of Victoria, [1984?].