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Metro #200

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Metro is Australia's premier film and media quarterly. It is independent, outspoken and passionate about film, TV and new media from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region. First published in 1968, Metro provides readers with comprehensive coverage of the region's screen industries, and features writing by some of our foremost academics, critics and industry members. Also featuring reviews of the latest local titles as well as interviews with prominent filmmakers, Metro has something for everyone – from the avid film fan to the seasoned theorist.

Combining a wide range of topics and disciplines, Metro offers a unique blend of in-depth scholarship and popular writing, capturing key trends and developments in screen culture. A partially refereed magazine, Metro keeps alive the tradition of the essay, immersing readers in thought-provoking articles that are at once analytical and accessible.

ISSUE 200 CONTENTS

SPECIAL FEATURE: METRO HITS 200

'A Fetching Achievement' – Adolfo Aranjuez

Behind the Scenes
'The Past Is a Foreign Country' – Peter Tapp
'In the Beginning, There Was Film Appreciation' – Kevin Adams
'Metro in the 1970s' – Peter Hamilton
'A Brief History of Metro' – Wayne Levy
'The Bridge' – Lisa French
'Letter from the Editors' – Greta Parry

Big Screen
'Indigenous Representations on Screen and in Print' – Greg Dolgopolov
'Classic Takes: The NFSA Essays' – Brian McFarlane
'The Changing Face of Genre' – Oliver Pfeiffer
'Old Journal, New Media' – Dan Golding
'Sydney and the Small Screen' – Liz Giuffre
'Penning with Pride' – Glenn Dunks

Beyond the Curtain
'Advocacy Meets Analysis: Metro and Documentary' – Hanna Schenkel
'Three Paths to Asian Cinema' – Mike Walsh
'Melbourne Plays Itself' – Anthony Carew
'The Reel South: Adelaide and Metro' – Nicholas Godfrey
'Enabling a Screen Ecology' – Andrew Pike

Australian and New Zealand Cinema
'Terror, Tragedy, Truth: Anthony Maras' Hotel Mumbai' – Felicity Ford
'Breaching Bounds: The Confronting Body in Miranda Nation's Undertow' – Elizabeth Flux
'Bird's-eye View: Childhood, Grief and Community in Emu Runner' – Aimee Knight
'Tearing Out a New Leaf: Book Week and the Unlikeable Protagonist' – Mel Campbell
'In the Crease: Self-referential Storytelling in Ted Wilson's Under the Cover of Cloud' – Leah Jing

Australia on the Small Screen
'The Parochial Fantastic: Australian Television Fantasy in Bloom and Tidelands' Travis Johnson
'Crooked Histories: Underbelly and Australian Self-mythologisation' – Dave Crewe

Focus on Asia and The Middle East
'Quiet Rage: The Fire and Finesse of Lee Chang-dong's Cinema' – Anthony Carew
'Darkness in the Spotlight: Binaries and Brutality in Zhang Yimou's Shadow' – Debbie Zhou
'Film à la Mode: Juxtaposing East and West in Yellow Is Forbidden' – Rebecca Brammer

Documentary
'The Cost of Country: Capital and Ownership in Undermined: Tales from the Kimberley' – Rochelle Siemienowicz
'Home on the Rocks: Blue Lucine on Displacement and The Eviction' – Jasmine Crittenden
'Age of Acceptance: Community and Inclusion in Sue Thomson's The Coming Back Out Ball Movie' – Stephen A Russell
'Rhetoric and Reminiscence: Graham Freudenberg, Political Memory and The Scribe' – Anders Furze
'Greener Pastures: Tradition and Modernity in Grace McKenzie's In the Land of Wolves' – Gabrielle O'Brien

Critical Views
'Cinema for Claustrophiles: Virtual Reality at the Adelaide Film Festival and Beyond' – Kit Macfarlane
'Other Voices: Grace, Who Waits Alone and New Australian Underground Cinema' – David Heslin

The NFSA Restores Collection
'Proof' – Rose Lucas

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