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This introductory chapter critically contextualises the discussion of film festivals and their operation within the regional context of Australia that forms the basis of Australian Film Festivals: Audience, Place and Exhibition Culture. Situating the Australian festival experience temporally as well as ideologically within the wider context of the global film festival phenomenon, this chapter establishes the methodological frameworks through which this book explores Australia’s film festival history. It establishes the importance that audiences, place, and cultures of film exhibition have had on the development of film festivals in Australia, their unique position in the international film festival circuit, as well as their relationship to the development of cinema appreciation and specialist exhibition in the country over the past 60 and more years.
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