Conditional Truths: Remapping Paths To Documentary 'Independence'
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(Synopsis to introductory statement): An introductory statement to five documentary films made by Ian Lang in Australia between 1981 and 1997 exemplifying a 'democratising' model of sustainable and ethical documentary film production. This document critically reflects on the production process of these films to accompany their submission for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Publication at Griffith University. It finds that a contemporary tendency towards 'post-industrial' conditions allows an observational film-maker to negotiate a critical inter-dependence rather than a romantically conceived 'independence' traditional to the genre. [Full thesis consists of introductory statement plus six DVD videodiscs.]
Thesis (PhD Doctorate)
Doctor of Philosophy by Publication (PhD)
Queensland College of Art
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democratisation of film
'Wheels across the Himalaya'
'Yallambee - People of Hope'
'This is what I call living'
'Art of Place: Hanoi Brisbane Art Exchange'
'Millennium Shift: the search for new world art'
' Grandfathers and Revolutions'
'Typically Australian with Humphrey McQueen'
'Queensland College of Art'