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THE WOMEN WHO MADE AUSTRALIAN TV PART 1

THE WOMEN WHO MADE AUSTRALIAN TV PART 1 SHARE  BY JEANNINE BAKER This is the first part of a 4-part series, The Women Who Made Australian Television, written and curated by Dr Jeannine Baker, media historian and Honorary Fellow in the Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Wollongong. This series was made possible with the generous support of the Media Studies Commission of FIAT/IFTA, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia,…

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The Women Who Made Australian Television 2 – Behind the Scenes: Women Technicians | NFSA

THE WOMEN WHO MADE AUSTRALIAN TV PART 2 SHARE  BY JEANNINE BAKER This is the second article in a 4-part series on women’s contribution to early Australian television production. This series was made possible with the generous support of the Media Studies Commission of FIAT/IFTA, the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, Seven Network, Nine Network, Network 10, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation – Library Sales. This is the second article in a 4-part series…

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Keith Rutherford interview on 720

ABC Radio’s Sam Carmody spoke to Keith Rutherford, the Film Librarian at the Pictures in Motion Film and Television Museum, located at the Sunset Heritage Precinct in Dalkeith, Western Australia. This segment was broadcast on 720 Breakfast with Russell Woolf. . https://youtu.be/D2GLQ4lD9ms

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Cinema Web

        CinemaWeb is a complete Western Australian database that provides photographs and details about picture theatres and cinemas. In 2007  Dr. Ina Bertram in Melbourne offered a large amount of research material that she had accumulated . A great deal was used in the development of her Cinemaweb project which was transferred to AMMPT(WR)’s custodianship in 2007.  AMMPT is grateful to Dr Bertram for the data.  In 2015 AMMPT (WR) reformatted the website and updated with new photographs that have been…

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Cremorne Theatre

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Thank you to Ken McKay on updating the history of Cremorne Theatre Cremorne Theatre…. the second venue in Perth to show moving pictures. Often overlooked in the history of Perth theatres. You may also be interested in the “Western Baptist” ISSN 1322-1582 ‘In search of Annie Oliver’, a paper by Mrs Ann Harding, read to the Baptist Historical Society on 21 April 1993. Murray Street facade to Cremorne Threatre and Gardens CREMORNE GARDENS, PERTH, PICTURED…

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