My first crossover film experience was watching Bend It Like Beckham in Yr7. At this young age I never fully understood the intermixing of culture, the hybrid humour, or the universal themes being explored. I can now appreciate the cultural awareness and high levels of acceptance the film promotes. As Khorana states, this cinematic style… Continue reading Criss-Cross Cinemas YAY or NAY?
Prior to studying this week’s topic Nollywood was a completely foreign term. However, it turns out Nollywood is the name referring to Nigeria’s film industry, which is now the second largest film industry in the world! As such, the emergence of global film industries including Nollywood and Korean film has contributed to the increasing globalisation… Continue reading Nolly WHAAAAAAT?
One of my favourite aspects of university so far is the sheer amount of diversity around our campus. Overall, international education is Australia’s third-largest export industry, so it comes as no surprise that I have consistently had classes with international students. As such, I think it’s so great that university allows us to be surrounded… Continue reading Multicultural Education In Oz