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Three paths to Asian cinema

»»MIKE WALSH (FLINDERS UNIVERSITY)

Associate Editor, Metro (1998–present) Contributor, Metro (1997–present)

As I work my way through each new edition of Metro, I see the contents grouped first into articles on Australian cinema and then into a focus on Asia. This suggests some sort of intellectual urgency or specificity of interest for Australians – a claim that Asian cinema ranks, or should rank, high on our cultural agenda. Given this auspicious occasion for Metro, it is appropriate to pause

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