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
Breaker sold to China
Australasian Cinema (28/1/1983) vol.12 iss.1 p.1 More info
China! : Max Keogh interviews Don Kennedy about his recent China trip
Lumiere (January/February, 1974) iss.31 p.4-7 More info
China loses the force in film market battle
The Australian (21/07/2016) p.25 Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; CHINA Author: Lin, Lilian PhysDes: Clippings File Article Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; CHINA; EXHIBITION. CHINA Summary: Report on the slowdown to box office growth in China. Speculation was that heavy discounts in previous years boosted box office sales but with the discounting over the attendences and box office has stablised. Chinese companies are looking to purchase Hollywood businesses and the USA are looking to get their film's shown in China More info
China on screen : cinema and nation / Chris Berry
New York: Columbia University Press, 2006.
Call No: 71(51) BER Author: Berry, Chris Place: New York Publisher: Columbia University Press PubDate: 2006 PhysDes: xi, 313 p. ; 23 cm Series: Film and Culture Subject: CHINA; TAIWAN; MASCULINITY IN FILMS; FAMILY IN FILMS; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; HISTORICAL FILMS. CHINA; MARTIAL ARTS FILMS; WOMEN IN FILMS. CHINA; REALISM IN FILMS. CHINA; OPERA IN FILMS; LEE, ANG; LINGYU, RUAN Summary: Explores Chinese cinema from its beginnings to the present day in relation to how China depicts its national identity. ISBN: 0231137079 Contents: 1. Introduction: cinema and the national -- 2. Time and the National: History, Historiology, Haunting -- 3. Operatic Modes: Opera Film, Martial Arts, and Cultural Nationalism -- 4. Realist Modes: Melodrama, Modernity, and Home -- 5. How Should a Chinese Woman Look? Woman and Nation -- 6. How Should Chinese Men Act? Ordering the Nation -- 7. Where Do You Draw the Line? Ethnicity in Chinese Cinemas -- 8. The National in the Transnational More info
China's cinema today
Australasian Cinema (16/07/1982) vol.11 iss.12 p.12 More info
China's influence on Hollywood growing
Weekend Australian (16/07/2016) p.34 More info
Wide Angle (1989) vol.11 iss.2 p.[whole issue] More info
Chinese film archivists in Australia
Australasian Cinema (22/7/1983) vol.12 iss.13 p.1 More info
Chinese national cinema / Yingjin Zhang
New York: Routledge, 2004.
Call No: 71(51) ZHA Author: Zhang, Yingjin Source: US Place: New York Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 328 p. ; ill. ; 24 cm Subject: CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. HONG KONG; CHINESE IN FILMS; HISTORY OF CINEMA; NATIONAL CULTURE AND THE CINEMA. CHINA Summary: ‘This introduction to Chinese national cinema, by a leading critic, covers three ‘Chinas’: mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. It traces the formation, negotiation and problematization of the national on the Chinese screen over ninety years. Historical and comparative perspectives bring out the parallel developments in the three Chinas, while critical analysis explores thematic and stylistic changes over time…’ (Back cover) ISBN: 041517290 Contents: 1. Introduction: National cinema and China -- 2. Cinema and national traditions, 1896-1929 -- 3. Cinema and the nation-people, 1930-49 -- 4. Cinematic reinvention of the national in Taiwan, 1896-1978 -- 5. Cinematic revival of the regional in Hong Kong, 1945-78 -- 6. Cinema and the nation-state in the PRC, 1949-78 -- 7. Cinema and national/regional cultures, 1979-89 -- 8. Cinema and the transnational imaginary, 1990-2002 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
Electric shadows : 45 years of Chinese cinema / by Tony Rayns & Scott Meek
London: British Film Institute, 1980.
Call No: 71(51) RAY Author: Rayns, Tony; Meek, Scott CorpAuthor: British Film Institute Place: London Publisher: British Film Institute PubDate: 1980 PhysDes: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 30 cm Series: BFI dossier ; no. 3 Subject: CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA Notes: Contains two chapters translated from Chinese LON: 5988816 More info
Global Chinese cinema : the culture and politics of Hero / edited by Gary D. Rawnsley and Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley
Oxon: Routledge, 2010.
Call No: 79HER GLO Source: UK Place: Oxon Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 2010 PhysDes: xxvi, 226 p. ; 25 cm Series: Routledge Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Subject: ORIENTAL ACTION FILMS; CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; LEUNG, TONY; YIMOU, ZHANG; YING XIONG (HK/C, Yimou Zhang, 2002); HERO (HK/C, Yimou Zhang, 2002) ISBN: 97880415453158 Donation: donated by Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, 2010 Contents: Changing discourse of national identities and heroism. The political narrative(s) of Hero / GARY D. RAWNSLEY
Recycled heroes, invented tradition and transformed identity / YINGJIE GUO
The emperor and the assassin: China's national Hero and the myth of state origins / YIYAN WANG
The king, the musician and the village idiot: images of manhood / KAM LOUIE
Transformations of cultural perception, genre and stardom. Twenty-first century women warriors: variations on a traditional theme / LOUISE EDWARDS
On "Tian Xia (All under heaven)" in Zhang Yimou's Hero / XIZOMING CHEN and MING-YEH T. RAWNSLEY
Hero: rewriting the Chinese martial arts film genre / HAIZHOU WANG AND MING-YEH T. RAWNSLEY
"Would you rather spend more time making serious cinema?": Hero and Tony Leung's polysemic masculinity / MARK GALLAGHER
Fifteen minutes of fame: transient/transnational female stardom in Hero / OLIVIA KHOO
Local vs. global: deconstructing global Chinese blockbusters. Camp pleasure in an era of Chinese blockbusters: internet reception of Hero in mainland China / SABRINA QIONG YU
North American reception of Zhang Yimou's Hero / WENDY LARSON
Heroic music: from Hunan to Hollywood and back / KATY GOW
Visual effects magic: Hero's Sydney connection / MARY FARQUHAR
Towards a global blockbuster: the political economy of Hero's nationalism / ANTHONY FUNG AND JOSEPH M. CHAN. More info
The Great Wall
Sydney Morning Herald [Spectrum] (3/10/2015) p.14 Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA Author: Byrnes, Paul PhysDes: Clippings File Article Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA Summary: An article reporting on the increase of Chinese movie market. More info
Hidden dragon out of the shadows : The Chinese are building another great wall-this time in cinema-and Hollywood is starting to take notice
Canberra Times [Panorama] (3/10/2015) p.19 Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA Author: Byrnes, Paul PhysDes: Clippings File Article Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA Summary: An article about the rise of the Chinese film market and box office. More info
digital clippings file
Digital clippings file available Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; DIGITAL CLIPPINGS FILE PhysDes: Clippings Subject: INDUSTRY.FILM.CHINA URL status: URL: 'http://file://Q:/S/INDUSTRY.FILM.CHINA.zip'
Checked: 31/08/2021 12:59:57 PM
Details: Failed to send HTTP request (WinHttpSendRequest) More info
Investors buy tickets in China's movie boom
The Australian [Business News] (03/05/2016) p.24 Call No: SUBJECT CLIPPINGS FILE; FINANCING. CHINA Author: Lin, Lilian PhysDes: Clippings File Article Subject: FINANCING. CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA Summary: China's film industry is going through a boom. Movies have become attractive for high risk financial instruments and ample funding has mean an increase in the number of films made. More info
Movie blockbusters / edited by Julian Stringer
London: Routledge, 2003.
Call No: 721.303.311 STR Author: Stinger, Julian (ed.) Source: UK Place: London Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 2003 PhysDes: 276 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: BLOCKBUSTERS; INDUSTRY, FILM. USA; INDUSTRY, FILM. NEW ZEALAND; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. INDIA; INDUSTRY, FILM. KOREA; INDUSTRY, FILM. ARGENTINA; AWARDS. ACADEMY; HOLLYWOOD; SPIELBERG, STEVEN; CAMERON, JAMES; JAWS (US, Steven Spielberg, 1975); JAZZ SINGER, THE (US, Alan Crosland, 1927); TEN COMMANDMENTS, THE (US, Cecil B. DeMille, 1956); TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (US, James Cameron, 1991); TITANIC (US, James Cameron, 1997); CONTACT (US, Robert Zemeckis, 1997); FUGITIVE, THE (US, Andrew Davis, 1993); ONCE WERE WARRIORS (NZ, Lee Tamahori, 1994); STAR WARS (US, George Lucas, 1977) Summary: Big-budget, spectacular films designed to appeal to a mass audience: is this what – or all – blockbusters are? Movie Blockbuster brings together leading film scholars to consider this most high-profile and culturally significant genre. Drawing on a range of critical perspectives, the book traces how and why the ‘even movie’ has played such a large role in popular imagination, tracing a path from the spectacles of the silent era to the effects-laden mega-hits of the digital age. ISBN: 0415256097 More info
Primitive passions : visuality, sexuality, ethnography, and contemporary Chinese cinema / Rey Chow
New York: Columbia University Press, 1995.
Call No: 408.1(51) CHO Author: Chow, Rey Place: New York Publisher: Columbia University Press PubDate: 1995 PhysDes: xiv, 252 p. ; 24 cm Series: Film and culture Subject: INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; CHINA; CHINA IN FILMS; CHINESE IN FILMS; ZHANG, YIMOU; HAIZI WANG (CC, Chen Kaige, 1988); LAO JING (CC, Tianming Wu, 1987); HUANG TUDI (CC, Chen Kaige, 1985) Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. -243) and index ISBN: 0231076827 (acid-free paper); 0231076835 (pbk.) LON: 94027796; 11040898 Contents: Part 1: Visuality, Modernity, and Primitive Passions -- Part 2: Some Contemporary Chinese Films -- 1. Digging an Old Well: The Labour of Social Fantasy -- 2. Silent is the Ancient Plain: Music, Filmmaking, and the Concept of Social Change in the New Chinese Cinema -- 3. Male Narcissism and National Culture: Subjectivity in Chen Kaige's King of the Children -- 4. The Force of Surfaces: Defiance in Zhang Yimou's Films -- Part 3: Film as Ethnography; or, Translation Between Cultures in the Postcolonial World More info
A reel deal for cultural change
The Australian (5/04/2017) p.14 More info
Rethinking transnational Chinese cinemas : the Amoy-dialect film industry in Cold War Asia / Jeremy E. Taylor
London ; New York: Routledge, 2011.
Call No: 201(51) TAY Author: Taylor, Jeremy E. Place: London ; New York Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 2011 PhysDes: xviii, 171 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Series: Media, culture and social change in Asia Subject: TRANSNATIONAL CHINESE CINEMA; INDUSTRY, FILM. CHINA; INDUSTRY, FILM. HONG KONG Summary: An examination of the Amoy-dialect film industry, its history and scope, its place within Chinese and Asian film history, and its cultural, political and economic significance in the region. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9780415493550 Contents: -- Rethinking transnationalism -- Defining Amoy-dialect cinema -- Origins and development -- The shaping of a cinema -- The 'new Amoy-dialect films' -- A Cold War industry -- The end of Amoy-dialect cinema -- Conclusion More info