013 Labour handbook : The Australian film and television labour handbook
Sydney: 013 Publishing, 1999.
Bastard boys / Sue Smith
Strawberry Hills, NSW: Currency Press, 2007.
Call No: 79BAS SMI Author: Smith, Sue CorpAuthor: Film Finance Corporation Australia; Australian Broadcasting Corporation; New South Wales Film and Television Office; Film Victoria; Flying Cabbage Productions Source: Australia Place: Strawberry Hills, NSW Publisher: Currency Press PubDate: 2007 PhysDes: viii, 216 p. : ill. ; 24cm Subject: SCRIPTS. AUSTRALIA; HISTORICAL DRAMAS. AUSTRALIA; SERIALS. AUSTRALIA; TRADE UNIONS. AUSTRALIA; INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. AUSTRALIA; RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES. AUSTRALIA; LABOUR. AUSTRALIA; COURTROOM DRAMAS; SOCIAL PROBLEMS ON TV. AUSTRALIA; CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES ON TV. AUSTRALIA; POLITICS ON TV. AUSTRALIA; POLITICAL PERSONALITIES ON TV. AUSTRALIA; POLITICAL DRAMAS. AUSTRALIA; STATE AND TV; BASTARD BOYS (AT, Raymond Quint, 2007) Summary: Script for the 2007 ABC TV mini-series 'Bastard Boys'.
"On 7 April 1998, security guards moved onto Patrick Stevedores docks around Australia and ordered the waterfront workers to stand down immediately. What followed this unprecedented attack on the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) was an industrial dispute that developed into a campaign for the hearts and minds of all Australians. 'Bastard Boys' tells the story of the fight that stopped the nation.
"A political thriller, war film, buddy movie, love story and courtroom drama all rolled into one, 'Bastard Boys' follows the lives of the key players in one of the most significant events in Australia's recent past.
"Written by Sue Smith ('Brides of Christ', 'The Leaving of Liverpool', 'My Brother Jack', 'The Road from Coorain') and directed by Ray Quint ('The Secret Life of Us', 'McLeod's Daughters', 'Blue Heelers'), 'Bastard Boys' screened on ABC TV in 2007."
Cast includes Jack Thompson, Colin Friels, Geoff Morrell, Daniel Frederiksen, Anthony Hayes, Justin Smith, Rhys Muldoon and Daniel Wyllie. Notes: Includes film end credits ISBN: 9780868198095 More info
Breaking and entering : land your first job in film production / April Fitzsimmons
Los Angeles: Lone Eagle Publishing Co., c1997.
Call No: 209.5 FIT Author: Fitzsimmons, April Source: US Place: Los Angeles Publisher: Lone Eagle Publishing Co. PubDate: c1997 PhysDes: xx, 204 pages : black and white illustrations : 23 cm Subject: EXTRAS; FILM WORKERS; FILMMAKING; INDUSTRY, FILM; LABOUR; PRODUCTION Summary: "BREAKING AND ENTERING is a book designed to give you a general idea about how to break into production and have a good time along the way. With the proper tools and information, your first steps into film production will be a little easier." [TAKEN FROM INTRODUCTION] Notes: includes bibliography and index ISBN: 0945728916 Donation: Simon Wincer Contents: Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements --; Part I -- Chapter 1: the production assistant -- Chapter 2: the production assistant's golden rules --; Part II -- Chapter 3: base camp -- Chapter 4: the set -- Chapter 5: heating and air-conditioning --; Part III -- Chapter 6: a day in the life of a set PA -- Chapter 7: lock ups -- Chapter 8: the shot -- Chapter 9: paperwork --; Part IV -- Chapter 10: the cast -- Chapter 11: the crew -- chapter 12: background (extras) -- Chapter 13: stand-ins (second team) -- Chapter 14: helping out --; Part V -- Chapter 15: communications -- Chapter 16: radios -- Chapter 17: the phone -- Chapter 18: the pager --; Part VI -- Chapter 19: the production kit -- Chapter 20: tools -- Chapter 21: necessities --; Part VII -- Chapter 22: landing your first job in film production -- Chapter 23: future jobs -- Chapter 24: the DGA --; Production forms -- United States film commissions -- Appendix -- Index -- About the author More info
Chasing the runaways : foreign film production and film studio development in Australia 1988-2002 / Nick Herd
Sydney: Currency House, 2004.
The contemporary Hollywood film industry / edited by Paul McDonald and Janet Wasko
Carlton, Victoria: Blackwell Publishing, 2008.
Call No: 201.1 (73) CON Author: McDonald, Paul; Wasko, Janet Source: US Place: Malden, Massachusetts; Oxford, UK; Carlton, Victoria Publisher: Blackwell Publishing PubDate: 2008 PhysDes: 326 p. : ill. ; 25 cm Subject: HOLLYWOOD; INDUSTRY, FILM; STUDIO SYSTEM; FINANCING; DISTRIBUTION; PRODUCTION; ADVERTISING FOR FILMS; EXHIBITION; TELEVISION AND THE CINEMA; VIDEODISCS; SOUNDTRACKS; MUSIC AND THE CINEMA; LABOUR; STATE AND THE CINEMA; GLOBALISATION; COPYRIGHT; EXPORT OF FILMS; UNITED KINGDOM; FRANCE; GERMANY; ITALY; LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES; ASIAN COUNTRIES; INDIA; AUSTRALIA; NEW ZEALAND; VIDEO GAMES AND THE CINEMA Summary: "The contemporary Hollywood film industry is characterized by continuity and change. While many well-established Hollywood studios continue to dominate the film business, the industry has also witnessed various changes during the past two decades.
"'The Contemporary Hollywood Film Industry' is a collection of essays by leading scholars that examine the US film industry as an international phenomenon, from the 1980s to the present day. It explores a host of challenges and changes facing Hollywood, and includes important discussions of the industry's labor and star systems, as well as intellectual property and state relations. Essays consider the role of independent producers, the global marketplace for Hollywood products, corporate changes, and various new-media windows, including video, DVD to cable, satellite, and online channels of delivery." (Taken from the back cover) Notes: Includes index ISBN: 9781405133883 URL status: URL: 'http://-'
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From reel to unreal : Future opportunities for Australia's film, animation, special effects and electronic games industries / The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia
Canberra, Australia: The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 2004.
Call No: 205.1(94) FRO CorpAuthor: The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia Place: Canberra, Australia Publisher: The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 24 cm; 250 pp Subject: AUSTRALIA; INDUSTRY, FILM. AUSTRALIA : ACT; ANIMATION. AUSTRALIA; SPECIAL EFFECTS. AUSTRALIA; VIDEO GAMES. AUSTRALIA; DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY. AUSTRALIA; INTERNET; LABOUR. AUSTRALIA; GOVERNMENT AID. AUSTRALIA; GOVERNMENT CONTROL. AUSTRALIA Summary: This report, made to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, is concerned with (a) the current size and scale of Australia’s film, animation, special effects and electronic games industries, (b) the economic, social and cultural benefits of these industries, (c) future opportunities for further growth of these industries, including through the application of advanced digital technologies, online interactivity and broadband, (d) the current and likely future infrastructure needs of these industries, including access to bandwidth, (e) the skills required to facilitate future growth in these industries and the wider cultural and information technology sectors; (g) how Australia’s capabilities in these industries, including in education and training, can be best leveraged to maximize export and investment opportunities, and (h) whether any changes should be made to existing government support programs to ensure they are aligned with the future opportunities and trends in these industries. Notes: Government report ISBN: 0642784698 More info
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Get the picture : essential data on Australian film, television and video / compiled and edited by Peta Spear
North Sydney: The Commission, 1989.
Yet to catalogue
Get the picture : essential data on Australian film, television and video
Sydney: Australian Film Commission, 1994.
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Get the picture : essential data on Australian film, television and video / Australian Film Commission
Sydney: Australian Film Commission, 1992.
Call No: 201(94) AUS Author: Australian Film Commission Edition: 2nd ed Source: AU Place: Sydney Publisher: Australian Film Commission PubDate: 1992 PhysDes: 219 p. : ill. ; 25 cm Subject: ADVERTISING FOR FILMS; AUDIENCES. AUSTRALIA; DISTRIBUTION. AUSTRALIA; FILM STUDY AND RESEARCH. AUSTRALIA; FUNDING. AUSTRALIA; LABOUR; INDUSTRY, FILM. AUSTRALIA; PRODUCTION Summary: "The aim of GET THE PICTURE is to collate data on the Australian film, television and video industries to assist in the analysis, research, and promotion of these industries. This edition continues the project of the first edition with sections on the production and international distribution of Australian films/programs. Description of key events in the industries in 1991, and an overview of reviews of Australian films, have been added." [Taken from Introduction] Notes: Addenda laid in; Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-216) and index ISBN: 064217475X LON: abn92098202; 8924673 More info
Get the picture : essential data on Australian film, television, video and interactive media / edited by Cathy Gray and Rosemary Curtis
Sydney: Australian Film Commission, c2002.
How to, where to : How to do an arts project, where to get help / Australia Council
Sydney, NSW: Australia Council, 2004.
Call No: 209 HOW Author: Byron, Paul; Curry, Ben; Eltham, Ben; Foong, Rowena; Frost, Damien; Healy, Sean; Katz, Lally; Kulbicki, Michal; Kukuchka, Susan; O'Reilly, Rachel; Terry, Louise; Westbury, Marcus CorpAuthor: Australia Council Source: Australia Council Place: Sydney, NSW Publisher: Australia Council PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 174 p ; 21 cm Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. AUSTRALIA; EXHIBITION. AUSTRALIA; LABOUR Summary: How to do an arts project, where to get help (H2W2- How to, Where to) is the perfect toolkit, providing the absolute lowdown on getting projects up and running. It has advice on everything from the initial flash of inspiration to taking the final bow and all tricky bits in between. The H2W2 guide is practical and action-driven, showing young people how to develop their ideas, manage projects well and move on to the next one. It has lists of contacts for advice and help, and it will assist young people develop skills to be a manager, artistic director, negotiator, public relations officer and fundraiser. ISBN: 1920784225 More info
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LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST : (US, Kenneth Branagh, 2000)
On the waterfront : BFI film classics / Leo Braudy
London, UK: British Film Institute, London, 2005.
Call No: 79ONT BRA Author: Braudy, Leo Edition: 1st ed Source: UK Place: London, UK Publisher: British Film Institute, London PubDate: 2005 PhysDes: 88p ; 18.5 cm + b&w ill. Series: BFI Film Classics Subject: SOCIETY AND THE CINEMA. USA; CLASS AND THE CINEMA; POLITICS AND THE CINEMA. USA; WORKING CLASS IN FILMS. USA; TYPE CHARACTERS IN FILMS; COMMUNISM AND THE CINEMA. USA; PRODUCTION. USA; FINANCING. USA; IMAGE ANALYSIS; LABOUR; FINANCING; LABOUR ISSUES IN FILMS; HUMAN RELATIONS IN FILMS; RELIGION IN FILMS; KAZAN, ELIA; BRANDO, MARLON; SAINT, EVA MARIE; MILLER, ARTHUR; BERNSTEIN, LEONARD; SCHULBERG, BUDD; SPIEGEL, SAM; MALDEN, KARL; STEIGER, ROD; STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, A (US, Elia Kazan, 1951); GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (US, Elia Kazan, 1947); TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN, A (US, Elia Kazan, 1945); BABY DOLL (US, Elia Kazan, 1956) Summary: With director Elia Kazan’s death in 2003 and actor Marlon Brando’s in 2004, a reappraisal of this classic film is timely and necessary. In this definitive study, Leo Braudy tells the complicated story of the film’s production. He revisits the facts behind the controversy of Kazan’s infamous ‘naming of names’ during the McCarthy communist trials of the 1950s. But above all this is an analysis of the enduring appeal of On the Waterfront: the method inspired acting, the music and cinematography, the use of authentic locations and its powerfully symbolic depiction of post-war American values. [Taken from back cover]. Notes: includes film credits ISBN: 184457072X More info
Union protectionism hurts Australian film industry : MEAA's work visa 'consultation' fees are a throwback that's damaging job prospects
The Australian (22/12/2016) p.10 Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; LABOUR. AUSTRALIA Author: Billing, Roy PhysDes: Clippings File Article Subject: MEDIA ENTERTAINMENT ARTS ALLIANCE; LABOUR. AUSTRALIA; BILLING, ROY Summary: Opion piece by Australian actor Roy Billing on what he sees as the Australian entertainent union Media Entertainment Arts Alliance restrictions on hiring foreign actors for Australian films More info