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Bligh, William (2009) Alternative film production. Ejournalist, 9(1), pp. 18-29.
Bruns, Axel (2009) The user-led disruption : self-(re)broadcasting at Justin.tv and elsewhere. In Geerts, David, Cesar, Pablo, & De Grooff, Dirk (Eds.) EuroITV '09 : Seventh European Interactive Television Conference, 3-5 June 2009, Leuven, Belgium.
Burgess, Jean E. & Green, Joshua B. (2008) Agency and Controversy in the YouTube Community. In IR 9.0: Rethinking Communities, Rethinking Place - Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) conference, 15-18 October 2008, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. (Unpublished)
Carter, Chris P. (2013) An Analysis of the Character Animation in Disney’s Tangled. Senses of Cinema.
Dee, Mike (1996) Sun, sea, sex, sand and conservatism in the Australian television soap opera. Young People Now, March, pp. 1-5.
Ellison, Elizabeth (2011) Flagging spaces : exploring representations of ownership on the Australian beach. Ejournalist, 11(1), pp. 14-28.
Flew, Terry & Harrington, Stephen (2009) Television. In Cunningham, Stuart D. & Turner, Graeme (Eds.) The Media and Communications in Australia (3rd ed.). Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 155-172.
Goldsmith, Ben (2012) The Killing of Angel Street. Metro Magazine, 174, pp. 70-81.
Goldsmith, Ben & O'Regan, Tom (2013) Beyond the modular film school : Australian film and television schools and their digital transitions. In Hjort, Mette (Ed.) The Education of the Filmmaker in Europe, Australia and Asia. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 149-170.
Hadley, Bree J. (2012) Self-making as public spectacle : bodies, bodily training and reality TV. Scope : An Online Journal of Film Studies, 24.
Harrington, Stephen (2007) How does ‘Newstainment’ actually work? : ethnographic research methods and contemporary popular news. In International Communication Association (Creating Communication : Content, Control, and Critique), 24-28 May 2007, San Francisco, CA.
Hartley, John (2010) Journalism, History and the Politics of Popular Culture. In Allan, Stuart (Ed.) The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism Studies. Routledge, London, pp. 13-24.
Hateley, Erica (2009) 'Everything's turning to white': Palimpsestuous revelations made in the journey from Jindabyne to Jindabyne. Antipodes: A North American Journal of Australian Literature, 23(2), pp. 141-146.
Hateley, Erica (2007) From Jindabyne to 'Jindabyne' : immigrant and indigenous specters. In 2007 Annual Modern Language Association Convention (MLA2007), 27-30 December 2007, Hyatt Regency, Chicago. (Unpublished)
Hateley, Erica (2011) Gender, sexuality and the challenge of seeing in Orlando. Screen Education, pp. 105-110.
Hateley, Erica (2012) Hamlet through the looking glass : Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead. Screen Education, 67, pp. 115-120.
Hateley, Erica (2011) Hedging its bets : Ever After. Screen Education.
Hateley, Erica (2011) Michael Winterbottom. Metro Magazine, pp. 122-123.
Hateley, Erica (2006) Of tails and Tempests : Feminine sexuality and Shakespearean children's texts. Borrowers and Lenders : The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation, 2(1).
Hateley, Erica (2013) The art of interpretation: Tracing logics of evaluation in Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing (2000) and Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing (2010). In International Research Society for Children's Literature Congress 2013, 10-14 August 2013, Maastricht, the Netherlands. (Unpublished)
Hateley, Erica (2010) A gendered educational agenda : what's wrong with 10 Things I Hate About You? Screen Education.
Hateley, Erica (2007) The play's the thing? : Hamlet, Slings & Arrows, and the authority of theatrical consumption. In Adaptation, from Stage and Page to Screen. Literature/Film Association., 11-14 Oct 2007, Lawrence KS, United States. (Unpublished)
Henkel, Cathy J., Hearman, Richard, White, Mark, Walton, Scott, Lalor, Jenny, Overett, Cathy, et al. (2013) Rise of the eco warriors. [Film/Video]
Higgs, Peter L. (2005) The Future of Documentary Production In Australia: Coming Ready or Not! Content Strategies Pty Limited.
Jetnikoff, Anita (2003) Expanding our literacy repertoires: Using Film in Senior English Classrooms in Queensland. Australian Screen Education, pp. 78-82.
Jetnikoff, Anita (2008) Making a micro documentary on a shoestring budget: Production and post-production. Screen Education, 52, pp. 62-71.
Keane, Michael A. (2012) Going out and the search for originality in China. In Ye, Lang & Xiang, Yong (Eds.) The Annual Report on International Cultural Trade of China. Peking University Press, Beijing, pp. 372-378.
Keane, Michael A. & Liu, Bonnie Rui (2009) Independent television production, TV formats and media diversity in China. In Moran, Albert (Ed.) TV Formats Worldwide : Localising Global Programs. Chicago University Press, USA.
Keane, Michael A., Moran, Albert, & Ryan, Mark David (2003) Audiovisual works, TV formats and multiple markets.
King, Andrew S. (2005) Reconciling Nicci Lane : the 'unspeakable' significance of Australia's first indigenous porn star. Continuum : Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 19(4), pp. 523-543.
King, Andrew S. (2009) Romance and Reconciliation : The secret life of indigenous sexuality on Australian television drama. Journal of Australian Studies, 33(1), pp. 37-50.
Klaebe, Helen G. & Burgess, Jean E. (2007) Journey of Understanding: Refugee Stories. [Digital/Creative Work]
Klaebe, Helen G. & Burgess, Jean E. (2007) Wild Backyards. [Digital/Creative Work]
Liddell, Jon & Hamilton, Jillian G. (2011) Documentary as history, memory, dream and film. In Peters, Geraldine (Ed.) 2011 Expanding Documentary Conference Proceedings, Auckland University of Technlogy, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland. (In Press)
Liu, Bonnie Rui (2010) Chinese TV changes face : the role of independents. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 7(1), pp. 73-90.
Lobato, Ramon & Ryan, Mark David (2011) Rethinking genre studies through distribution analysis : issues in international horror movie circuits. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 9(2), pp. 188-203.
Lui, Bonnie Rui (2010) New strength of competition and innovation : China’s independent television production. In 2010 Conference of the International Communication Association : Matters of Communication, 22-26 June, 2010, Singapore.
Maher, Sean W. (2008) Triple Helix: Film Noir, Neo Noir and Los Angeles – imagining history and remembering the future in the most contemporary city. In FHAANZ: Remapping Cinema, Remaking History, 27-30 November, 2008, University of Otago, Dunedin New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Maher, Sean William (2010) Brisbane : creative city, cinema city? In Creativity from a Global Perspective, 18-20 October, 2010, Shanghai, China. (Unpublished)
Maher, Sean William (2011) The Brisbane Line. [Film/Video]
Makeham, Paul B., Portmann, Geoffrey T., Comans, Christine A., & Gattenhof, Sandra J. (2008) Queensland Health Prophetical: Energising Through Conflict. [Film/Video]
McKee, Alan (2004) How to tell the difference between production and consumption : a case study in Doctor Who fandom. In Gwenllian-Jones, S & Pearson, Richard M. (Eds.) Cult Television. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.
McKee, Alan (2009) Is Doctor Who Australian? Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, pp. 54-66.
McKee, Alan (2009) Television’s greatest hits : compiling a television studies canon. Screen Education, pp. 90-104.
McKee, Alan & Dore, Johanna (2013) Pro-Am curators of Australian television history : how is their practice different from that of professional television historians? Australasian Journal of Popular Culture. (In Press)
McKee, Alan & Silver, Jon (2012) The relationship between entertainment producers and higher education providers. Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, pp. 18-28.
Mills, Kathy A. (2008) Multiliteracies and a Metalanguage for the Moving Image: Multimodal Analysis of a Claymation Movie. In AARE 2008 International Educational Research Conference Website, Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Mills, Kathy A. (2008) Transformed Practice in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. Pedagogies : An International Journal, 3(2), pp. 109-128.
Montgomery, Lucy (2007) China's Film and Music Industries: Copyright, Business Models and Lessons for Developed Markets? In Defining the Field: Themes in Contemporary China Studies, 12-15 April 2007, Cambridge University, United Kingdom. (Unpublished)
Pennings, Mark W. (2005) The Kingpins. un Magazine, pp. 50-51.
Pennings, Mark W. (2007) Zidane, A 21st century portrait. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 8(1), pp. 145-147.
Ryan, Mark David (2010) Australasian horror. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 4(1).
Ryan, Mark David (2010) Australasian horror special issue editorial : putting Australian and New Zealand horror movies on the map of cinema studies. Studies in Australasian Cinema.
Ryan, Mark David (2010) Australian cinema’s dark sun : the boom in Australian horror film production. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 4(1), pp. 23-41.
Ryan, Mark David (2009) Making money from monsters. WQ Magazine.
Ryan, Mark David (2012) Tips for generating a media release and media coverage : how the media ate up my research on Aussie horror movies. In Vannini , Phillip (Ed.) Popularizing Research. Peter Lang, New York, pp. 199-204.
Ryan, Mark David (2010) Towards an understanding of Australian genre cinema and entertainment : beyond the limitations of ‘Ozploitation’ discourse. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 24(6), pp. 843-854.
Ryan, Mark David (2007) "The horror film: an introduction" a review. M/C Reviews, May.
Ryan, Mark David, Cunningham, Stuart D., & Verhoeven, Deb (2012) 2nd Australian producer survey 2012 : understanding Australian screen content producers : wave 2. ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Brisbane, QLD.
Ryan, Mark David & Hearn, Gregory N. (2010) Generation next : post-cinema Australian moviemaking, innovation and implications for cultural policy. In Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2010, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, Old Parliament House, Canberra.
Ryan, Mark David & Hearn, Gregory N. (2010) Next generation ‘filmmaking’ : new markets, new methods and new business models. Media International Australia : Incorporating Culture and Policy, pp. 133-145.
Ryan , Mark David (2009) Art the big winner at the Oscars. ABC News: Opinion and Analysis.
Ryan , Mark David (2009) At breaking point? Challenges for Australian film policy through the lens of genre (horror) films. In Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, 8-10 July 2009, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland. (Unpublished)
Ryan , Mark David (2010) Australian horror movies. In Goldsmith , Ben & Lealand, Geoff (Eds.) Intellect Directory of Australian and New Zealand Cinema. Intellect Ltd., Bristol, pp. 188-207.
Ryan , Mark David (2010) Film, cinema, screen. Media International Australia: Incorporating Culture and Policy, 136, pp. 85-89.
Ryan , Mark David (2014) Monster factory : International dynamics of the Australian horror movie industry. In Nowell , Richard (Ed.) Merchants of menace: The business of horror cinema. Bloomsbury Academic, London and New York. (In Press)
Ryan , Mark David (2009) Whither culture? Australian horror films and the limitations of cultural policy. Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, 133, pp. 43-55.
Ryan , Mark David (2011) Wolf Creek by Sonya Hartnett. Senses of Cinema : an online journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema.
Ryan , Mark David (2010) A new day breaks for the Aussie film industry. Courier Mail.
Ryan , Mark David (2012) A silver bullet for Australian cinema? Genre movies and the audience debate. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 6(2), pp. 141-157.
Schembri, Peter & Ryan, Mark David (2014) Science fiction. In Goldsmith, B., Lealand, G., & Ryan, M.D. (Eds.) Directory of World Cinema : Australia and New Zealand. Intellect Ltd, Bristol. (In Press)
Silver, Jon (2013) Netflix : a house of cards or the new HBO? The Conversation.com.au.
Silver, Jon (2011) The first global entertainment company : explaining Pathe's global dominance in the pre-Hollywood film industry. In McKee, Alan, Collis, Christy, & Hamley, Benjamin (Eds.) Entertainment Industries : Entertainment as a Cultural System. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London and New York, pp. 79-97.
Song, Tingting (2009) A new definition for today’s Chinese independent cinema. Ejournalist, 9(1), pp. 157-170.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2009) "Dance me to my song" (Rolf de Heer 1997): The story of a disabled dancer. In Harvey, Mark (Ed.) The Scopic Bodies Dance Studies Research Seminar Series, Faculty of Arts: University of Auckland, University of Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 62-71.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2009) De Heer de sound: Jim Currie on designing sound for Rolf de Heer. Metro Magazine, pp. 144-149.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) Enabling the Auteurial Voice in "Dance Me to My Song". M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 11(3).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2004) Envisioning an indulgence: "Dracula" (1897) and "Van Helsing" (2004). Traffic, pp. 67-77.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) The Evolving Human and Dream-like, Screen-based Media. artciencia.com, IV(9).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) Filmic eco-warnings and television: Rolf de Heer's "Epsilon" (1995) and "Dr. Plonk" (2007). Forum: The University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts, Autumn(5).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) From one photo to "Ten Canoes" (Rolf de Heer 2006) to many canoes. Artciencia.com: Revista de arte, ciencia e communicacao, III(7).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) Graham Tardif and the aural auteur. RealTime: +onscreen, p. 27.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) 'If we stretch our imaginations'; the monstrous-feminine mother in Rolf de Heer's "Bad Boy Bubby" (1993) and "Alexandra's Project" (2003). Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) An Interview with Faramarz K-Rahber. 2007 Brisbane International Film Festival newsletter, 2007(August).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) An Interview with Michael Noonan. 2007 Brisbane International Film Festival newsletter, 2007(August).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2004) Keeping the faith: Catholicism in "Dracula" and its adaptations. Journal of Dracula Studies, -(6).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) "Picnic at Hanging Rock" and the puzzle of the art film. Screen Education, 48, pp. 139-144.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) Publish and graduate?: Earning a PhD by Published Papers in Australia. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 11(4).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2010) Reverbing : The "Red vs. Blue" machinima as anti-war film. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 24(2), pp. 267-279.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2009) Revising the Metaphor: the Need for Aural Auteur Analysis and the Australian Auteur Film-maker, Rolf de Heer. In Devy, Ganesh (Ed.) Australian Studies, Orient Black Swan, Delhi, Kolkata. (In Press)
Starrs, D. Bruno (2004) Sara-Marie as feminist fairytale: from "Big Brother" to ‘Big Sister’. Feminist Media Studies, 4(3), pp. 359-361.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) Some takes on the meaning of "Noise" (Matt Saville 2007). Metro Magazine, pp. 42-46.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2011) Sound in the Aboriginal Australian Films of Rolf de Heer. In Devy, G. N., Davis, G. V., & Chakravarty, K. K. (Eds.) Voice and Memory : Indigenous Imagination and Expression. Orient Blackswan, Hyderabad, India, pp. 310-318.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) Sounds of silence: an interview with Rolf de Heer. Metro Magazine, pp. 18-21.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) "The Tracker" (Rolf de Heer 2002) and "The Proposition" (John Hillcoat 2005): two westerns that weren't? Metro Magazine, pp. 166-172.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2009) Unlike mainstream: Towards a definition of the Australian art film. In Amit, Sarwal & Sarwal, Reema (Eds.) Creative Nation: An Australian Cinema and Cultural Studies Reader. SSS Publications, Delhi, India, pp. 54-72.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2011) The aural point of view in the early films of Rolf de Heer. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 28(1), pp. 28-40.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) The authentic Aboriginal voice in Rolf de Heer's "Ten Canoes". Reconstruction: Studies in contemporary culture, 7(3).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2008) An avowal of male lack: Sound in Rolf de Heer's "The Old Man Who Read Love Stories" (2003). Metro Magazine, 156, pp. 148-153.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) The film-maker underdog and the Australian way. RealTime: +onscreen, 77, p. 24.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) An interview with Ben Hackworth. 2007 Brisbane International Film Festival newsletter, 2007(August).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) An interview with Kriv Stenders. 2007 Brisbane International Film Festival newsletter, 2007(August).
Starrs, D. Bruno (2007) A journey through time: An interview with Rolf de Heer. 2007 Brisbane International Film Festival Newsletter.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2006) The maternal monster in 'Suburban Mayhem'. Metro Magazine, pp. 22-24.
Starrs, D. Bruno (2006) A queer new world: adaptation theory and the zeugma of fidelity in Derek Jarman’s "The Tempest" (1979). American@, 4(1), pp. 71-91.
Van Hemert, Tess (2011) Searching for a feminist voice : film festivals and negotiating the tension between expectation and intent. Ejournalist, 11(1).
Vaughan, Suzi (2003) Echo. [Exhibition/Event]
Yeates, Helen L. (2010) Shattered dreams. [Film/Video]
Zhu, Ying, Keane, Michael A., & Bai, Ruoyun (2008) Introduction to TV drama in China. In Bai, Ruoyun, Keane, Michael A., & Zhu, Ying (Eds.) TV dama in China. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, China, pp. 1-17.