A bureaucratic cinema: the fraught relationship between government and film
Goldsmith, Ben (2006) A bureaucratic cinema: the fraught relationship between government and film. Metro Magazine: Media and Education Magazine, 150, 170-171.
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The interventions by the government in the production and circulation of film in late 1960s transformed the Australian cinema industry into a bureaucratic cinema because of its established agencies and institutions for the benefit of filmmakers. Training options expanded by the commencement of the Australian Film and Television School and the Film, Radio and Television Board of the Australia Council, which ran compulsory orientation seminars and workshops on the use of new equipments, helped the aspiring filmmakers to access money from the council's Basic Production Fund.
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|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Keywords:||20th century history, Australia, Australian Film and Television School, Australian Film Commission, Distribution, Film industry, Government policy, Motion picture industry|
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty|
|Deposited On:||15 May 2012 06:03|
|Last Modified:||20 Jun 2012 23:38|
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