4 edition of Damien Parer, cameraman found in the catalog.
Damien Parer, cameraman
|LC Classifications||TR140.P34 B74 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||94217380|
Book Reviews Main Menu: Damien Parer's War. Any researcher of the Second World War in the Pacific, particularly the war in New Guinea, would know the Bell & Howell Comoany Eyemo motion picture camera footage showing a blinded Australian militiaman being helped across a river by one of his mates. The Man Who Saw Too Much | This is the story of David Brill, one of the very best of Australian cameramen - past and present. He is in the same company as Damien Parer and Neil the past forty years he has covered wars and disasters all over the world.
Damien Parer, by Max Dupain, s National Library of Australia, Damien Peter Parer (), war photographer and cameraman, was born on 1 August at Malvern, Melbourne, youngest of eight children of John Arthur Parer, an hotelkeeper from Spain, and his Victorian-born wife Teresa, née Carolin. An intrepid cameraman. In , as thousands of soldiers and civilians were dying in the Papua and New Guinea mud Damien Parer - the then Australian Department of Information cameraman.
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An account of the remarkable events that filled the short but very productive life of war cameraman Damien Parer. HIs early life in Melbourne, his outstanding involvement documenting action in Papua New Guinea through to his tragic end in Peleliu. Quite an interesting read.5/5(1).
Damien Parer, Cameraman book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. During World War II Damien Parer became Australia's best-known war. This book by Neil McDonald is the second biography of Parer and is illustrated throughout with shots by Parer and other cameramen of the time.
Damien Parer starts, reasonably enough, with a description of his young life and discusses his strong religious faith, his days of struggle during the Depression and his work within the Australian film industry.4/5(1). War Cameraman book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1).
Neil McDonald was an author and film historian. His books included Shots, Kokoda Front Line: The Amazing Story of Legendary Australian War Cameraman Damien Parer, and Valiant for Truth: The Life of Chester Wilmot, War Correspondent.
He died on Febru cameraman book the age of About this Item: A Lothian Book Melbournex cms, pp, b/w Illusts, very good paperback & cover (gift inscription to Adam Pretty, photographer) Parer was a legendary Australian war cameraman who supplied the newsreel footage that shaped Australia's understanding of the war in New Guinea.
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NOTE: Pictorial account of Australia's ace wartime cameraman whose film, Kokoda Front Line, won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. Damien Parer was later killed-in-action filming U.S. Marines in the Battle of Peleliu, Middle East.
c Portrait of Damien Parer standing holding cans of film. Parer was an official Australian war correspondent, photographer and film cameraman with the Department of Information. He served in the Middle East, Greece and the South-West Pacific from until his resignation in May Vital new discoveries enrich this revised and expanded version of Neil McDonald's classic biography of legendary photographer and war cameraman Damien Parer.
The new revelations include the author's recent finding that during the darkest days of the withdrawal from Kokoda, Parer and ABC broadcaster Chester Wilmot were recruited as liaison officers. Xmas Down South, Damien Parer and Michael Parer, Alella Books, and War Cameraman – The Story of Damien Parer, Neil McDonald, Lothian, The Melbourne Press Club has been a key part of the city’s media community for more than 40 years.
Damien Parer: Cameraman by Niall Brennan. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Some wear of cover edges o/w VG. BW Plts, Sources, Index.
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Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Some wear of cover edges o/w VG. BW Plts, Sources. Even sixty years after his death Damien Parer remains one of Australia's most well-known combat cameramen.
He was born on 1 August at Malvern in Melbourne but was educated largely in Bathurst, at Saint Stanislaus School. Parer joined the school's camera club and decided early on that he wanted to be a photographer. Home > Mr Pickwick's Fine Old Books > Damien Parer, Cameraman Damien Parer, Cameraman.
Add to basket Buy Now Click for full-size. Damien Parer, Cameraman by Niall Brenan. Used; paperback; First; Condition Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket ISBN. Xmas Down South: Part 3 In the lead up to Christmas I will be serialising, my dad, Michael S Parer’s book Xmas Down South.
The book replicates the look and much of the content from a one-off family book that Damien produced for his parents for Christmas when they were living in Wau, New Guinea and he was in Melbourne, Australia.
Buy Damien Parer: Cameraman by Niall Brennan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Cameraman Damien Parer has just returned from the front in New Guinea, where he's documented Australian troops in action.
He explains this to us in. Damien Parer's war / Neil McDonald; War cameraman: the story of Damien Parer / by Neil McDonald; shots: Damien Parer, George Silk, and the Australians at war in New Guinea / Neil McDonald, Peter B Damien Parer: putting the war on film / written by Archie Fusillo.
War cameraman: the story of Damien Parer. [Neil McDonald] -- Biography of notable Australian war photographer tells of his experiences in the Middle East, Greece, New Guinea, Guam and Peleliu.
Also provides portraits of contemporaries such as Max Dupain, Olive.Neil was Damien Parer's biographer who's superb book published as 'Kokoda Front Line' in His book was the third and most comprehensive edition that was first published as 'War Cameraman: The Story of Damien Parer' in and revised as 'Damien Parer's War' in Excerpt from “War Cameraman – The Story of Damien Parer” by Neil McDonald ~~Wau~~ By February it was clear Australia itself was in peril.
The decision that they were to return to Australia must have been a relief to Parer.