Ann Hui's Song of the exile / Audrey Yue
Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2010.
Call No: 79KET YUE Author: Yue, Audrey Source: HK Place: Hong Kong Publisher: Hong Kong University Press PubDate: 2010 PhysDes: xii, 148 p. : ill. ; 19 cm Series: The New Hong Kong cinema series Subject: HONG KONG; IMPERIALISM AND THE CINEMA; HUI, ANN; KE TU CHIU HEN (HK/TZ, Ann Hui, 1990) Summary: "With due emphases on diasporic intimacies, cine-feminism, and transcultural literacy, Audrey Yue has written a sensitive and lucid study, doing justice to a remarkable film by a remarkable director."---Rey Chow, Duke University --
"This book pushes the boundaries of existing studies on Hong Kong cinema studies. Yue provides us with innovative ways of reading intimacy in the diaspora: as nostalgia for the familiar or idealised; as cultural memories that make up diasporic archives; as modes of transformation of kinship Structures; as affects produced through new media technologies. The book concludes with a self-reflexive exploration of teaching Song in Australia. By situating the film under the rubric of critical multiculturalism, Yue demonstrates how the teaching of postcolonial cinema can be sustained as a political pedagogy that resists the pluralist demands of a neoliberal curriculum. This is a carefully researched, rigorously analytical and intellectually profound study that will make its mark in the fields of diaspora, transcultural communication and cinema studies."---Jacqueline Lo, Australian National University --
The resolutely independent filmmaker Ann On-wah Hui continues to inspire critical acclaim for her sensitive portrayals of numerous Hong Kong tragedies and marginalized populations. In a pioneering career spanning three decades, Hui has been director, producer, writer and actress for more than 30 films. --
In this work, Audrey Yue analyses a 1990 film considered by many to be one of Hui's most haunting and poignant works, Song of the Exile. The semi-autobiographical film depicts a daughter's coming to terms with her mother's Japanese identity. Themes of cross-cultural alienation, divided loyalties and generational reconciliation resonate strongly amid the migration and displacement pressures surrounding Hong Kong in the early 1990s. Even now, more than a decade after the 1997 Handover, the film is a perennial favourite among returning Hong Kong emigrants and international cinema students. --
This book examines how Hui challenges the myth of the original home as singular, familial and romantic, and constructs the second home as a new space for Hong Kong modernity. Yue also discusses the teaching of the film in the diaspora, demonstrating its potential as an affective and performative text of transcultural literacy and diasporic negotiations in the cross-cultural classroom. --Book Jacket. Notes: includes filmography; includes bibliographical references ISBN: 9789888028757 Contents: -- Series Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. The Diasporas of Hong Kong -- 2. Re-turn to Hong Kong: Authorship, Memory, Intimate Biography -- 3. Teaching Song of the Exile in the Diaspora: Minor Cinema, Transcultural Literacy and Border Pedagogy -- Notes -- Awards and Nominations -- Ann Hui's Filmography -- Bibliography -- ID2: 91 More info
A companion to Australian cinema / Edited by Felicity Collins, Jane Landman, and Susan Bye
Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell, 2019.
Available at ProQuest (RMIT login required) Call No: 71(94) COM Author: Collins, Felicity; Columpar, Corinn; Rutherford, Anne; Ford, Felicity; Kelada, Odette; Clark, Maddee; Verevis, Constantine; Goldsmith, Ben; French, Lisa; David Marshall, P.; Bennett, James; Grace, Helen; Khoo, Olivia; Yue, Audrey; Bye, Susan; Sandars, Diana; Stadler, Jane; Gaunson, Stephen; Trevisanut, Amanda Malel; Turnbull, Sue; McCutcheon, Marion; Goritsas, Helen; Tiwary, Ana; Lambert, Anthony; Gibson, Ross; Cunningham, Stuart; Swift, Adam; Williams, Deane; Smaill, Belinda; Neumark, Norie Source: US/UK Place: Hoboken, New Jersey Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell PubDate: 2019 PhysDes: xxii, 581 pages ; 26 cm Series: Wiley Blackwell companions to national cinema Subject: AUSTRALIA; FILM; INDUSTRY, FILM; INDUSTRY, FILM. AUSTRALIA; INDIGENOUS; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CINEMA; TRANSNATIONAL CINEMA; HISTORY OF CINEMA; HISTORY OF CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; TELEVISION AND THE CINEMA; TELEVISION AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; AUTEUR THEORY; GENRES; THEORY; CAMPION, JANE; CHARLIE'S COUNTRY (AT, Rolf de Heer, 2013); SPEAR (AT, Stephen Page, 2015); MAD MAX (AT, George Miller, 1979); MAD MAX : FURY ROAD (AT/US, George Miller, 2015); MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME (AT, George Miller & George Ogilvie, 1985); MAD MAX II (AT, George Miller, 1981); LEGO MOVIE, THE (AT/US/DK, Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, 2014); ROCKET, THE (AT/TH/LS, Kim Mordaunt, 2013); SERANGOON ROAD [TV] (AT/SI, 2013 -); KETTERING INCIDENT, THE [TV](AT, 2015-); BACK OF BEYOND, THE (AT, John Heyer, 1953) Summary: The essays assembled here address six thematically organized propositions - that Australian cinema an Indigenous screen culture, an international cinema, a minor transnational imaginary, an auteur-genre-landscape cinema, a televisual industry and a multiplatform ecology. Offering fresh critical perspectives and extending previous scholarship, case studies range from The Lego Movie, Mad Max and Australian stars in Hollywood, to transnational co-productions, YouTube channels, transmedia and naturecam documentaries. New research on trends such as the Blak Wave, the convergence of television and film, digital transformations of screen production and the shifting roles of women, on and off-screen, highlight how established precedents have been transformed by new realities beyond both cinema and national borders. --
Written in an accessible style that does not require knowledge of cinema studies or Australian studies. --
Presents original research on Australian actors such as Cate Blanchett and Chris Hemsworth, evaluating their training, branding and path from Australia to Hollywood. --
Explores the films and filmmakers of the Blak Wave and their challenge to Australian settler-colonial history and white identity. --
Introduces readers to founding texts in Australian screen studies. --
Felicity Collins is Reader/ Associate Professor in Screen Studies, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia --
Jane Landman was Senior Lecturer, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia --
Susan Bye is Education Programmer, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia. --Book Jacket Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index -- signed by Felicity Collins ISBN: 9781118942529 Contents: You Are Here: Living Maps of Deep Time, Clock Time / Felicity Collins -- Charlie's Country, Gulpilil's Body / Corinn Columpar -- Ivan Sen's Cinematic Imaginary: Restraint, Complexity, and a Politics of Place / Anne Rutherford
-- Shadowing and Disruptive Temporality in Bangarra Dance Theatre's Spear / Felicity Ford -- Beyond the Wonderland of Whiteness: The Blak Wave of Indigenous Women Shaping Race on Screen / Maddee Clark / Odette Kelada -- Another Green World: The Mad Max Series / Constantine Verevis -- Is Everything Awesome?: The LEGO Movie and the Australian Film Industry / Ben Goldsmith -- Jane Campion: Girlshine and the International Auteur / Lisa French -- Constructing Persona: Mediatisation, Performativity, Quality, and Branding in Australian Film Actors's; Migration to Hollywood / P. David Marshall -- Interpreting Anzac and Gallipoli through a Century of Anglophone Screen Representations / James Bennett -- Unsettling the Suburban: Space, Sentiment, and Migration in National Cinematic Imaginaries / Helen Grace -- The Rocket: Small, Foreign-Language Cinema / Olivia Khoo -- Serangoon Road: The Convergent Culture of Minor Transnationalism / Audrey Yue -- An Independent Spirit: Robert Connolly as Auteur-Producer / Susan Bye -- Disruptive Daughters: The Heroine's Journey in Four Films / Diana Sandars -- Atopian Landscapes: Gothic Tropes in Australian Cinema / Jane Stadler -- Spirits Do Come Back: Bunyips and the European Gothic in The Babadook / Stephen Gaunson -- Between Public and Private: How Screen Australia, the ABC and SBS have shaped Film and Television Convergence / Amanda Malel Trevisanut -- Quality vs Value: The Case of The Kettering Incident / Marion McCutcheon / & Sue Turnbull -- The Evolution of Matchbox Pictures: A New Business Model / Helen Goritsas & Ana Tiwary -- Schapellevision: Screen Aesthetics and Asian Drug Stories / Anthony Lambert -- CHURN: Cinema Made Sometime Last Night / Ross Gibson -- Over the Horizon: YouTube Culture Meets Australian Screen Culture / Adam Swift & Stuart Cunningham -- Digital Transmedia Forms and Transnational Documentary Networks / Deane Williams -- Ecological Relations: FalconCam in Conversation with The Back of Beyond / Belinda Smaill -- Where Am I?: The Terror of Terra Nullius / Norie Neumark More info
Interview with Tony Ayres : on The home song stories and Asian Australian film-making
Studies in Australasian cinema (2008) vol.2 iss.3 p.245-254 Author: Yue, Audrey PhysDes: Article Subject: ASIANS AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; AYRES, TONY; HOME SONG STORIES, THE (AT, Tony Ayres, 2007) Summary: Tony Ayres is one of Australia's most prolific and critically acclaimed filmmakers. Born in Macau, he migrated to Australia in 1964. He has won more than thirty awards for his work on Australian film and television. His work has been described as being on the margins, exploring the intersections of race, sexuality and gender. He wrote and directed China Dolls (1998), Sadness (1999) and his first feature film Walking on Water (2002). In this interview with Audrey Yue, he discusses his latest film, The Home Song Stories (2007), and other issues related to Asian Australian film-making and culture.--Abstract Notes: Part of Special Issue: Transnational Asian Australian Cinema, part 2 More info
Queer Asian Australian migration : creative film co-production and diasporic intimicy in The home song stories
Studies in Australasian cinema (2008) vol.2 iss.3 p.229-243 Author: Yue, Audrey PhysDes: Article Subject: PRODUCTION DEALS. AUSTRALIA; ASIANS IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA; ADVERTISING FOR FILMS; PRODUCTION DEALS. AUSTRALIA; SEXUALITY AND THE CINEMA; HOME SONG STORIES, THE (AT, Tony Ayres, 2007) Summary: This paper examines Tony Ayres' recent film, The Home Song Stories (2007) using the framework of queer Asian Australian migration. First, queer migration is critically considered through the minor transnationalism of its co-production. Evaluating the marketing of the film in Singapore and Australia, this article shows how Chinese ethnicity is deployed as exclusive and inclusive to enable different tactics of queer mobility and how these tactics are incorporated by different film policies to fulfil competing national aims. Second, this article considers the queer mobility of diasporic intimacy. Diasporic intimacy disrupts the regulation of queer migration and shows how the private domains of memory, family and sexuality are reconstituted in the transnational Chinese diaspora. The framework of queer Asian Australian migration describes the non-normative migration of Asians to Australia, the disjunctive flows of mobility that constitute the Asian diaspora in Australia, as well as the regulation of non-normative Asian Australian migration in national symbolic and institutional economies. The framework of queer Asian Australian migration, this article argues, provides a theoretical platform to critically consider the transnationality of Asian Australian cinema. -- Abstract Notes: Part of Special Issue: Transnational Asian Australian Cinema, part 2 More info
Sinophone cinemas / edited by Audrey Yue and Olivia Khoo
London ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
Call No: 408.1-054(=951) SIN Author: Yue, Audrey (editor); Khoo, Olivia (editor) Source: AU Place: London ; New York Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan PubDate: 2014 PhysDes: xvi, 231 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm Subject: CHINA IN FILMS; COPRODUCTION; COPRODUCTION. AUSTRALIA; COPRODUCTION. CHINA; CULTURE AND THE CINEMA. CHINA; CULTURE AND THE CINEMA; HONG KONG; LANGUAGE AND THE CINEMA; MASCULINITY IN FILMS; NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE CINEMA; SHORT FILMS; SINGAPORE; TAIWAN; TRANSNATIONAL CHINESE CINEMA; TRANSNATIONAL CINEMA; TRANSNATIONALISM AND THE CINEMA; SHIH, SHU-MEI; CHILDREN OF THE SILK ROAD, THE (AT/C/GE, Roger Spottiswoode, 2007); CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON (HK, Ang Lee, 2000); FLIGHT OF THE RED BALLOON (FR, Hsiao-hsien Hou, 2008) Summary: "Sinophone Cinemas considers a range of multilingual, multidialect and multi-accented cinemas produced in Chinese-language locations outside mainland China. Showcasing a variety of new and fascinating case studies from Britain, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Australia, and canvassing a range of formats including commercial co-productions, short films, documentaries and independent films, the book highlights the contemporary screen cultures of Chinese-language communities situated on the margins of China and Chineseness. It engages new sites of localisation, multilingualism and differences that have emerged in Chinese film studies, ones that are not easily contained by the notion of diaspora. The chapters cover a number of historical periods, geographical locations, and critical and methodological perspectives, such as the political economy of Sinophone film production, distribution, consumption and regulation; cinematic practices of Chinese and non-Chinese language resistance, complicity and transformation; and Sinophone communities as sites of cultural production and visual economies." - BOOK BLURB Notes: Contains list of figures and notes on Chinese names and film titles -- Includes filmography, bibliographic references and index ISBN: 9781137311191 Contents: Part 1: Theorising Sinophone cinemas -- Framing Sinophone cinemas / Audrey Yue and Olivia Khoo -- Genealogies of four critical paradigms in Chinese-language film studies / Sheldon H. Lu -- Alter-centring Sinophone cinema / Yiman Wang -- Festivals, censorship and the canon: the making of Sinophone cinemas / Yifen T. Beus -- The voice of the Sinophone / Song Hwee Lim -- Singapore, Sinaphone, nationalism: sounds of language in the films of Tan Pin Pin / Olivia Khoo; Part 2: Contemporary Sinophone cinemas -- Mandarin pop-culture meets Tokyo jazz: gender and popular youth culture in late-1960s Hong Kong musicals / Jennifer Feeley -- Sinophone libidinal economy in the age of neoliberalization and mainlandization: masculinities in Hong Kong SAR and New Wave cinema / Mirana M. Szeto -- Singlish and the Sinophone: non-standard (Chinese/English) languages in recent Singaporean cinema / Alison M. Groppe -- British Chinese short films: challenging the limits of the Sinophone / Felicia Chan and Andy Willis -- Contemporary Sinophone cinema: Australia-China coproductions / Audrey Yue More info
Transnational Australian Cinema : ethics in the Asian Diasporas / by Olivia Khoo, Belinda Smaill, and Audrey Yue
Lanham: Lexington Books, c2013.
Available at ProQuest (RMIT login required) Call No: 408.1(5/94) KHO Author: Khoo, Olivia; Smaill, Belinda; Yue, Audrey Source: UK/US Place: Lanham Publisher: Lexington Books PubDate: c2013 PhysDes: vii, 207 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: AUSTRALIA; HISTORY OF CINEMA; HISTORY OF CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; ASIANS AND THE CINEMA. AUSTRALIA; ASIANS IN FILMS. AUSTRALIA Summary: "This book provides the first in-depth study of a history of Asian Australian cinema. Structured through case studies that progress chronologically, the book examines Australian cinema's transnationality through its under-examined cinematic encounters with Asia. " -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Includes bibliographical references, filmography and index ISBN: 9780739173244 Contents: -- Reframing Australian cinema: transnationalism, ethics, and Asian Australian cinema -- Asian stereotypes in 1920s -- Australian cinema: the cook, the thief, the wife and lover -- Colombo plan documentary: Australia and Asia in the postwar era -- The transnationalisation of the Australian western: Japanese-Australian productions in the late 1960's -- Romance, Entrepreneurialism, and the intercultural couple -- The global back of beyond: ethics and the Asian Australian road movie -- Landscape cinema: asianness and indigeneity -- new ethics in the Asian Australian short film -- The community cultural development of action cinema -- Co-productions and new queer paradigms for mobilities and migration -- bibliography -- filmography -- index -- URL status: URL: 'https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/rmit/detail.action?docID=1155203'
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