This book is an investigation into the transnational nature of ‘film culture’, taking the film culture of one country - New Zealand - as a case study to investigate the dynamics of such a culture. ‘Film culture’ is used here to refer to the network of discursive and non-discursive activities associated with the idea of film as art. The term ‘culture’ is used in the cultural studies sense - that is, seen from a combination of perspectives including anthropology, intellectual history, and textual studies.
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