Cross-national casting, transnational co-production, location incentives and runaway productions

Nurturing currency over culture

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One thought on “Cross-national casting, transnational co-production, location incentives and runaway productions

  1. Kat has made a very interesting post and I have learnt a number things about the Australian film industry that I did not know previously. I was interested to find out about the connection between the Australian and Chinese film industries, developing Australia’s international appeal.
    I agree that international films helping to improve revenue and jobs in Australia is a positive impact that encourages the economy to make local films. This is an important aspect of the Australian film industry as the skills of Australian film makers are showcased international and on a huge scale, especially through films such as Pirates of the Caribbean.
    Kat makes an important point about culture, that working with other cultures and encourages globalization does not diminish the culture of individual countries. Rather, it brings the culture and stories of that country into an international view. this is something that the Australian film industry can definitely benefit from.

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