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Biography

Tina Kaufman was the editor of the Sydney Filmmakers Coop monthly newspaper, Filmnews for seventeen years. The newspaper covered all aspects of screen culture, policy and practice which Tina continues to write about for various screen publications including Metro magazine and the online publication Screen Hub.  A board member of the Sydney Film Festival for 25 years and a founding member of the Film Critics Circle of Australia, she is now an honorary life member of both organisations.

Wake in Fright
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Wake in Fright

Australian Screen Classics

Tina Kaufman
 
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Based on the celebrated novel by Kenneth Cook, the film Wake in Fright was critically acclaimed on its release, and is considered one of the best films produced in Australia, influencing recent films such as Wolf Creek. The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1971 and again on re-release in 2009 as a Classic. 

In this insightful monograph, Tina Kaufman discusses what lies behind Wake in Fright: the genesis of the film, how it was made, how it was allowed to get lost, and the long path of its rediscovery. Kaufman recounts how this film that is, in essence, all about survival, had itself survived.

 

Co-published with the National Film and Sound Archive, this is the 11th title in the Australian Screen Classics series.

Resources

Review in  Screening the Past, by Gabrielle Murray

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Currency Press | 978-0-86819-864-4 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB