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Jane Campion (Routledge Film Guidebooks) Hardcover – January 22, 2009

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'Verhoeven's direct, accessible style opens up the book to a wide audience... Highly recommended. All readers.' – CHOICE

'Verhoeven’s is an informed and carefully constructed text that considers the needs of a readership spanning Campion’s fans, critics, students, scholars and industry members.' – Media International Australia

About the Author

Deb Verhoeven is Associate Professor of Screen Studies in the School of Applied Communication at RMIT University, Australia.


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Deb Verhoeven is a writer, broadcaster, film critic, commentator and lecturer. Deb is currently Associate Professor, Screen Studies in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University where she also manages the AFI Research Collection. Deb is Deputy Chair of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. Between 2000 and 2002 she was CEO of the Australian Film Institute (AFI).

In 2009 Deb received an Honorary Creative Fellowship at the State Library of Victoria. Deb is also an Honorary Life Member of Women in Film & Television; Editor of Studies in Australasian Cinema and Board Member of the highly successful Australian based online film journal Senses of Cinema. She is a founding member of the Screen Economics Research Group (SERG).

Deb is author of more than 30 scholarly journal articles and book chapters. Her book Sheep and the Australian Cinema was published in 2006. In 1999 she edited a collection of essays titled Twin Peeks: Australian and New Zealand Cinema (Damned). Her most recent book, on the Australasian director Jane Campion, is published by Routledge.

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