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Davinia Thornley
Davinia Thornley
Senior Lecturer--Media, Film and Communication Department
Verified email at otago.ac.nz - Homepage
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Talking film, talking identity: New Zealand expatriates reflect on national film
D Thornley
European Journal of Cultural Studies 12 (1), 99-117, 2009
172009
White, Brown or" Coffee"? Revisioning Race in Tamahori's" Once were Warriors"
D Thornley
Film Criticism 25 (3), 22-36, 2001
122001
Wellywood and Peter Jackson: The local reception of The Lord of the Rings in Wellington, New Zealand
D Thornley
The Lord of the Rings: Popular Culture in Global Context, London and New …, 2006
92006
Duel or Duet? Gendered Nationalism in" The Piano"
D Thornley
Film Criticism 24 (3), 61-76, 2000
72000
Breaking with English: the nation as ethnoscape
D Thornley
National Identities 6 (1), 61-76, 2004
62004
ImagineNATIVE Film+ Media Arts Festival: Collaborative Criticism through Curatorship
D Thornley
Activist Film Festivals: Towards a Political Subject, 199-213, 2017
52017
Cinema, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Criticism: Filming on an Uneven Field
D Thornley
Springer, 2014
52014
‘From a Maori point of view to look at a Maori film’ Maori New Zealanders talk about watching indigenous films
D Thornley
Journal of International Communication 17 (2), 107-120, 2011
52011
Indivisible: Mäori-Päkehä hybridity in Aotearoa New Zealand cinema
D Thornley
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
52004
True Event Adaptation
D Thornley, D Thornley, Aboujieb
Springer International Publishing, 2018
42018
Māori identity by way of New Zealand film or why ‘I don't have to be a particular skin colour to feel beige’
D Thornley
Studies in Australasian Cinema 6 (2), 203-215, 2012
42012
Mobilizing Māori identity: cultural capital and expatriate “portable personhood”
D Thornley
Palgrave Communications 1 (1), 1-6, 2015
32015
Executing the Commoners: Examining Class in Heavenly Creatures
D Thornley
na, 2002
32002
Playing with Land Issues: Subversive Hybridity in The Price of Milk
D Thornley
Reverse Shots: Indigenous Film and Media in an International Context, 301-13, 2015
22015
Conceptions of Empire: Three Colonial War Films
D Thornley
Quarterly Review of Film and Video 21 (2), 107-117, 2004
22004
Introduction: Scripting Real Lives
D Thornley
True Event Adaptation, 3-10, 2018
12018
“A Space Being Right on That Boundary”: Critiquing Cross-Cultural Collaboration in Aotearoa New Zealand Cinema
D Thornley
Cinema, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Criticism: Filming on an Uneven …, 2014
12014
The Dixie and the Carolina: Fifty years in the moviegoing history of a southern city
D Thornley
Film International 18 (2), 7-25, 2020
2020
Making Robert Sarkies’ Film Out of the Blue: Adaptation and Indigenization in Aotearoa New Zealand
D Thornley
True Event Adaptation, 47-64, 2018
2018
Conclusion—Modeling Collaborative Criticism: What Does It Mean to Collaborate Cross-Culturally in Cinema?
D Thornley
Cinema, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Criticism: Filming on an Uneven …, 2014
2014
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