Wide Angle (July 1989) vol.11 iss.3 p.[whole issue] Author: Rothschild, Wayne (ed) PhysDes: Article Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. ASIAN COUNTRIES; INDUSTRY, FILM. JAPAN; INDUSTRY, FILM. ISRAEL; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. HONG KONG Summary: Articles on Asian cinema. 'Reconsidering Modernism: Japanese Film and the Postmodern Context', 'Back to Japan: Militarism and Monumentalism in Prewar Japanese Cinema', 'Accomodation and Resistance: Expression of Working-Class Values Through Tamil Cinema', 'Anomalies of the National: Representing Israel/Palestine', 'Towards a Cultural Understanding of Cinema: A Comparison of Contemporary Films from the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong'. More info
Cinema and cultural identity : reflections on films from Japan, India, and China / edited by Wimal Dissanayake
Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1988.
Call No: 408.1(5) CIN Author: Dissanayake, Wimal CorpAuthor: Institute of Culture and Communication (East-West Center) Place: Lanham, MD Publisher: University Press of America PubDate: 1988 PhysDes: vii, 214 p. ; 24 cm Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. ASIAN COUNTRIES; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. JAPAN; INDUSTRY, FILM. INDIA; WOMEN IN FILMS; NATIONAL CULTURE AND THE CINEMA. ASIAN COUNTRIES; GENRES; SAMURAI FILMS; RAY, SATYAJIT Notes: "Co-published by arrangement with the East-West Center, Institute of Culture and Communication"--T.p. verso; Includes bibliographies and index ISBN: 0819169455 (alk. paper); 0819169463 (pbk.) LON: 5986435 Contents: PART I. JAPAN -- 1. Viewing Japanese film: some considerations / Donald Richie -- 2. The destiny of Samurai films / Michitaro Tada -- 3. The multilayered nature of the tradition of acting in Japanese cinema / Tadao Sato -- 4. Japanese film genres / Audie Bock -- 5. Change in the image of mother in Japanese cinema and television / Tadao Sato -- PART 2. INDIA -- 6. Innovation and imitation in the Indian cinema / Mira Reym Binford -- 7. Art, vision, and culture: Satiyajit Ray's Apu trilogy revisited / Wimal Dissanayake -- 8. The woman: myth and reality in Indian cinema / Aruna Vasudev -- 9. The painted face of politics: the actor politicians of South India / Chidananda Das Gupta -- 10. Songs in Hindi films: nature and function / Teri Skillman -- PART 3. CHINA -- 11. The Chinese film in the 1980s: art and industry / Ma Qiang -- 12. The sinification of cinema: the foreignness of film in China / Paul Clark -- 13. The position of women in new Chinese cinema / Tony Rayns -- 14. Chinese films amidst the tide of reform / Shao Mujun More info
Film Styles : Styles In Filmmaking
Lumiere (July-August 1971) iss.10 p.6-11 More info
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INDUSTRY, FILM. JAPAN
Wide Angle (1977) vol.1 iss.4 p.[whole issue] More info
Outlaw masters of Japanese film / Chris D
London ; New York: I.B. Tauris, 2005.
Call No: 802.25(52) DES Author: D., Chris [Desjardins, Chris] Source: UK/US Place: London ; New York Publisher: I.B. Tauris PubDate: 2005 PhysDes: ix, 262 p. : ill. ; 25 cm Subject: ORIENTAL ACTION FILMS; JAPAN; INDUSTRY, FILM. JAPAN; FUKASAKU KINJI; SUZUKI, SEIJUM; MIIKE TAKASHI Summary: This book offers an extraordinary close-up on the golden age of Japanese cult, action and exploitation cinema from the early 1950s through to the late 1970s, and up to the present day Notes: Includes index.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-257); Includes filmographies. ISBN: 9781845110864 Contents: 1. Kinji Fukasaku -- 2. Eiichi Kudo -- 3. Shinichi 'Sonny' Chiba -- 4. Meiko Kaji -- 5. Junya Sato -- 6. Kihachi Okamoto -- 7. Kazuo Ikehiro -- 8. Masahiro Shinoda -- 9. Yasuharu Hasebe -- 10. Seijun Suziki -- 11. Teruo Ishii -- 12. Koji Wakamatsu -- 13. Takashi Miike -- 14. Kiyoshi Kurosawa -- Appendices -- Selected bibliography ID2: 291 More info
The Oxford handbook of Japanese cinema / edited by Daisuke Miyao
New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
Call No: 71(52) OXF Source: US Place: New York Publisher: Oxford University Press PubDate: 2014 PhysDes: xii, 483 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm Series: Oxford handbooks of literature Subject: JAPAN; CULTURE AND THE CINEMA. JAPAN; INDUSTRY, FILM. JAPAN; ANIME; MANGA; TSUKAMOTO SHINYA; MIIKE TAKASHI; MIZOGUCHI KENJI; OZU YASUJIRO Summary: Features twenty essays, all by leading researchers in the field, that provide the reader with a multifaceted single-volume account of Japanese cinema
Engages in debates about what Japanese cinema is, where Japanese cinema is, as well as what and where Japanese cinema studies is
The reality of transnational innovation and dissemination of new technologies, including digital media, has yet to make a dent in the deep-seated culturalism that insists on reinscribing a divide between the West and Japan, even in realms of technological activity that are quite evidently dispersed across cultures. Film and media studies are not immune to this trend. They continue to fret over the "Westernness" of film technologies vis-à-vis the apparently self-evident "Japaneseness" of other modes of cultural production. The main goal of The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Cinema is to counter this trend toward dichotomizing the West and Japan and to challenge the pervasive culturalism of today's film and media studies. This volume addresses productive debates about what Japanese cinema is, where Japanese cinema is, and where Japanese cinema is going at the period of crisis of national boundary under globalization. In order to do so, this volume attempts to foster dialogue between Japanese scholars of Japanese cinema, film scholars of Japanese cinema based in Anglo-American and European countries, film scholars of non-Japanese cinema, film archivists, film critics, and filmmakers familiar with film scholarship. [Extract taken from publisher's website] Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 9780199731664 Contents: -- Introduction -- What is Japanese cinema studies?: Japanese cinema and cinema studies. Japanese film without Japan: toward an undisciplined film studies / Eric Cazdyn -- Triangulating Japanese film style / Ben Singer -- Critical reception: historical conceptions of Japanese film criticism / Aaron Gerow -- Creating the audience: cinema as popular recreation and social education in modern Japan / Hideaki Fujiki -- What is Japanese cinema?: Japanese cinema and the transnational network. Adaptation as "transcultural mimesis" / Michael Raine -- The edge of montage: a case of modernism/modanizumu in Japanese cinema / Chika Kinoshita -- Nationalizing Madame Butterfly: the formation of female stars in Japanese cinema / Daisuke Miyao -- Performing colonial identity: Byeonsa, colonial film spectatorship, and the formation of national cinema in Korea under Japanese colonial rule / Dong Hoon Kim -- Outpost of hybridity: Paramount's campaign in Japan, 1952-1962 / Hiroshi Kitamura -- Erasing China in Japan's "Hong Kong films" / Kwai Cheung Lo -- The emergence of the Asian Film Festival: Cold War Asia and Japan's re-entrance to the regional film industry in the 1950s / Sang Joon Lee -- Yamagata "Asia" Europe: International Film Festival short-circuit / Abe´ Mark Nornes -- What Japanese cinema is!: Japanese cinema and the intermedial practices. Nitrate film production in Japan: a historical background of the early days / Okada Hidenori ; translated by Ayako Saito -- Sketches of silent Film sound in Japan: theatrical functions of ballyhoo, orchestras and Kabuki ensembles / Shuhei Hosokawa -- The Jidaigeki film genre: Twilight Samurai and its contexts / Yamamoto Ichiro ; translated by Diane Wei Lewis -- Occupation and memory: the representation of woman's body in postwar Japanese cinema / Ayako Saito -- reading Nishijin (1961) as cinematic memory / Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano -- by other hands: environment and apparatus in 1960s intermedia / Miryam Sas -- viral contagion in the Ringu intertext / Carlos Rojas -- media mix and the metaphoric economy of world / Alexander Zahlten -- index -- ID2: 291 More info
"That's Entertainment!" Socko-Tokya
Australasian Cinema (Thursday, 10/5/ 1975) vol.3 iss.7 p.2 More info
Tokyo drifting : Toei Corporation's The drifting avenger and the internationalization of the Australian western
Studies in Australasian cinema (2010) vol.4 iss.3 p.231-241 More info
'Wolves' foes to Tokyo
Australasian Cinema (Friday, 17-23/5/1985) vol.14 iss.8 p.4 More info