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Video Tape - Seen one, seen 'em all, Seven Dimensions, VHS Tape, 1986 Audiovisual Reg. No: HT 9739

15 minute videocassette in colour 'Seen one, seen 'em all' produced by Seven Dimensions, 1986. This film was directed by Eve Ash, written by Graeme Brown and edited by Sheila Allison. The film uses a zany quiz show format to raise questions about ethnic stereotyping.
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15 minute videocassette in colour 'Seen one, seen 'em all', produced by Seven Dimensions. This short film examines how ethnic and minority groups are represented by the media, and illustrates the influence which mass media has on our lives, not only entertaining and informing, but also affecting our perceptions of ourselves and others. The film uses a quiz show format with three contestants from different ethnic backgrounds who are all asked a variety of questions pertaining to their ideas on ethnicity and identity in Australia.
Discipline: History

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Tagged with: cultural traditions, education, immigration, immigration policies, immigration ethnic affairs, cultural identity, cultural awareness, australian film industry, videotapes
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, Martha Ash, Polish Migrant & Artist, circa 1950s
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Settlement - Education & Training
Tertiary Classification: language education
Format: Video Tape; VHS PAL
Producer: Seven Dimensions, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986
Other Association (See Comments): Graeme Brown, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986

Director: Ms Eve Ash, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986
Other Association (See Comments): Sheila Allison, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986


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