New Zealand Film and Television: Institution, Industry and Cultural Change

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Intellect Books, 2011 - Art - 291 pages
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"Despite the challenges arising from a limited population size and the difficulty of obtaining adequate funding, the film and television industries of New Zealand have been the source of significant creative achievement and profound cultural influence. Charting their emergence and subsequent development through five decades, New Zealand Film and Television: Institution, Industry and Cultural Change examines these two increasingly vibrant cultural and creative industries. Whilst there is a growing body of academic work on the film and television productions which have originated in New Zealand, relatively little exists that examines the specific cultural concerns, institutional objectives, policy directives, and industry practices that have shaped these productions. New Zealand Film and Television: Institution, Industry and Cultural Change aims to fill this gap." -- Back cover.
 

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Contents

Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Conclusions
References
Index
Copyright

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Trisha Dunleavy is a senior lecturer in media studies at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand and the author of Television Drama: Form, Agency, Innovation and Ourselves in Primetime: A History of New Zealand Television Drama. Hester Joyce is a lecturer in cinema studies and the creative arts at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.

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