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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 Engendering the Greek : The Shifting Representations of Greek Identity in Australian Cinema
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An exploration of Greek / Greek-Australian identity in Australian cinema.

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    y separately published work icon Womenvision : Women and the Moving Image in Australia Lisa French (editor), Melbourne : Damned Publishing , 2003 Z1810130 2003 anthology criticism 'Womenvision is a book on moving image culture which identifies, analyses and explores the role, contribution, opportunities attitudes, problems and debates relevant to women working in Australian film, television and other moving image industries in Australia. The focus of the book is contemporary (although there is historical contextualization). It is edited by Lisa French who has co-written it with other filmmakers, academics and others whose writing is informed by diverse backgrounds, such as computer game design, acting, dance and festival administration.' (Publisher's blurb)
    Melbourne : Damned Publishing , 2003
    pg. 211-222
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