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Promoting tolerance and diversity: 'Paper Clips' and the memory of the holocaust: the recent months have witnessed premieres of films commemorating the victims of the holocaust and the sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps.(WAR AND MEMORY)
September 22, 2006... LAJOS Koltai's film debut, Fateless (2005), based on the autobiographical prose of the Hungarian Nobel Prize laureate, Imre Kertesz, emerged as an inspirational and revealing film, revisiting a tragic past. Kertesz's 1973 novel, Sortalansag, follows the suffering and degradation of a...
'The nightmare of their choice': photographic dispatches from the frontline: understanding the historical development of war photography from its nineteenth-century beginnings to the present-day era is inextricably entwined with mapping out the changes in the character of photographic representations from the front line over a period of 150 years.(WAR AND MEMORY)
September 22, 2006... SOCIAL conventions, cultural standards and ideological norms have played a major part since war photography's early days and the establishment of the new medium. The possibilities afforded by photography as a strategic weapon of war were noticed very early, and one can detect an...
The Kokoda miracle: an interview with Director Alister Grierson: after years of watching American war films, and some damned good ones too, it's great to see an Australian war story on the big screen.(WAR AND MEMORY)(Interview)
September 22, 2006... KOKODA IS DIRECTOR Alister Grierson's first feature film, released nationwide on Anzac Day 2006. 'It's the seminal Australian story,' he says enthusiastically. 'It's so inspirational. It's such an addictive story--you read the books, get inspired, do the pilgrimage.' The film is set...
'Kokoda': lost and found on the trail: to Australians of a certain age, and even to some younger, the 'Kokoda trail' has acquired the sheen of legendary significance.(WAR AND MEMORY)(Critical essay)(Cover story)
September 22, 2006... IT is one of those place names that evokes not just a period--1942 and World War Two--or a location, but resonates also with a sense of threat to Australia's insular safety, and to its plain insularity. The other associated echo is that of 'the fuzzy-wuzzy angels', a characterization that...
September 22, 2006... GENERAL ACTIVITIES ATOM Film, Television and Multimedia Awards The ATOM Film, Television and Multimedia Awards recognize the achievements of Australian and New Zealand professionals, educators and students in thirty-two categories. The Awards are open to students, production...