Studies in Australasian Cinema

Call for articles
New issue
Studies in Australasian Cinema

Studies in Australasian Cinema (ISSN: 17503175) is an internationally refereed journal produced in the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies at Macquarie University. The journal explores screen cultures, texts, theory, production, reception, history and scholarship in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific. We are delighted to announce our new issue Imaging Religion and Spirituality in Australasian Cinema, edited by Anthony Lambert and Holly Randell-Moon, a timely and compelling collection of essays that includes:

Imaging religion and spirituality: An introduction by Anthony Lambert and Holly Randell-Moon
Hidden gods – Religion, spirituality and recent New Zealand cinema by Ann Hardy
The primitive, the sacred and the stoned in Richard J. Frankland’s Stone Bros. by Pauline Marsh
Ten Canoes: Engaging difference by Lyn McCredden
The Passion of the Christ in Australia: A controversy that did not happen by Don Perlgut
Grieving secularism: Jane Campion’s secular daughters in spiritual spaces by SophIe Sunderland
Thinking about Far East by Peter Malone

We are currently seeking contributions (refereed papers, articles and reviews) for the first two issues of 2013: 7.1 Open Issue edited by Anthony Lambert and 7.2 Decolonizing Screens edited by Felicity Collins and Jane Landman. Please download the call for articles for full details and respond before the deadlines by email or the link on our website.