The first comprehensive volume of original essays on Australian screen culture in the twenty-first century. A Companion to Australian Cinema is an anthology of original essays by new and established authors on the contemporary state and future directions of a well-established national cinema.
The entertainment industry is one of the largest sectors of the U.S. economy and is in fact becoming one of the most prominent globally as well, in movies, music, television programming, advertising, broadcasting, cable, casino gambling and wagering, publishing performing arts, sports, theme parks, toys and games.
Music is central to any film, creating a tone for the movie that is just as vital as the visual and narrative components. In recent years, racial and gender diversity in film has exploded, and the making of musical scores has changed drastically. Hearing Film offers the first critical examination of music in the films of the 1980s and 1990s and looks at the burgeoning role of compiled scores in the shaping of a film .
Research Methods for Business Students has been fully revised for this seventh edition and continues to be the market-leading textbook in its field, guiding hundreds of thousands of student researchers to success in their research methods modules, research proposals, projects and dissertations.
Indigenous cultures are not terra nullius--nobody's land, free to be taken. True Tracks is a groundbreaking work that paves the way for respectful and ethical engagement with Indigenous cultures. Using real-world cases and personal stories, award-winning Meriam/Wuthathi lawyer Dr. Terri Janke draws on twenty years of professional experience to inform and inspire people working across many industries--from art and architecture, to film and publishing, dance, science, and tourism.
Interrogates the myriad of ways women are underrepresented in the film industry and denied the power to speak through the medium of film. Explores the absence of women from key creative roles and the implications this holds for the kinds of stories being told; for the employment and creative opportunities available to women and for innovation in the audio-visual industries evaluates film industries in seventeen countries and regions to establish the extent and scale of the gender inequality problem in a broad range of locations