Co-productions: nurturing or hindering Australian cultural identity?

Film co-productions emerged after the Second World War, and increased significantly during the 1990’s due to globalisation. The convergence of global industries has allowed different countries to collaborate on film production, but more importantly, to share financial, technical and creative resources (Baltruschat, 2002). Since 1986, Australia has established co-production agreements with France, United Kingdom, Canada, …

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