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Queer-ing the screen : sexuality and Australian film and television / by Samantha Searle
Bib ID 1622795
Format BookBook
Author
Searle, Samantha
 
Description St. Kilda, Vic. : Australian Teachers of Media in association with Australian Film Institute Research and Information Centre and Deakin University School of Visual, Performing and Media Arts, c1997 
119 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0958844321
0646341588
Series

Moving image (South Melbourne, Vic.) ; no. 5.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-119)

Subjects Motion pictures -- Australia.  |  Homosexuality in motion pictures.  |  Lesbianism in motion pictures.  |  Sex role in motion pictures.
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Queering the screen : sexuality & Australian film & television

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