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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Is Your Film Language Greek? Some Thoughts on Greek-Australian Film-Makers
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'An overview and discussion of the work of Greek-Australian film-makers, and whether the voice they speak with is inherently, deeply Hellenic.' (Editor's abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Senses of Cinema no. 1 December 1999 Z1842377 1999 periodical issue 1999
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Subjects:
  • Mad Max James McCausland , George Miller , 1979 single work film/TV
  • The Big Steal David Parker , 1990 single work film/TV
  • Everynight Everynight Ray Mooney , Alkinos Tsilimidos , 1994 single work film/TV
  • Head On Andrew Bovell , Ana Kokkinos , Mira Robertson , 1998 single work film/TV
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