The Money Shot: Cinema, Sin, and Censorship

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Pluto Press Australia, 2001 - Performing Arts - 255 pages
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Iconoclastic analysis of Australian cinema based on rejection of censorship and the author's passion for popular culture. Volume in the media.culture series edited by McKenzie Wark. Based on reworkings of texts previously delivered as talks or published as papers. Incorporates etymologies from the author's 'Womanwords' and 'Sexwords'. Includes photos, endnotes, filmography, bibliography and index. Author is Associate Senior Research Fellow at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, a documentary film maker, author, and a founder-member of Watch on Censorship.

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