Publisher Description

As our screen industry moves from a culture of protectionism to fully-fledged commercial viability, what we need more than ever is a rigorous examination of the artistic and corporate concepts that currently define our work. LUMINA, the biannual journal of AFTRS, is dedicated to a challenging discourse on the issues of most significance to the Australian screen arts and broadcast sector. With essays, interviews and reflections from the industry’s leading thinkers and practitioners, LUMINA offers a space for writers to explore ideas and share insights for the path ahead.


THIS ISSUE:


What Now?: BAZ LUHRMANN

Why Australian Producers should think more like Distributors: VINCENT SHEEHAN 

A Distinctive Voice: WARWICK THORNTON & KATH SHELPER

Creative Producing: JAN CHAPMAN

Demystifying Dramaturgy: NICO LATHOURIS

Copyright gets it – Both Barrels: DAVID COURT

The Art of Horror: Dr. ALLAN CAMERON

“The Musical is Back”: Dr. KAREN PEARLMAN

The Angst and Evolution of the Self Help Genre: RACHAEL TURK

• ‘The Knowledge’ interviews with: JONATHAN CHISSICK, PAUL WIEGARD & JONATHAN M SHIFF

Tod Browning and the origins of Horror in American Cinema: DAVID STRATTON 

From Here to Eternity: RACHAEL LUCAS

Who’s who in the Digital Zoo: PAUL McCARTHY

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2013
1 June
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
179
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Australian Film Television and Radio School
SELLER
Australian Film TV and Radio School
SIZE
2.1
MB

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