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Filming the everyday : independent documentaries in twenty-first-century China /
edited by Paul G. Pickowicz and Yingjin Zhang.
imprint
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
description
vii, 203 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN
1442270233, 1442270241, 9781442270237, 9781442270244
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imprint
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
isbn
1442270233
1442270241
9781442270237
9781442270244
contents note
Pt. 1. Cultural context -- Paul G. Pickowicz and Yingjin Zhang, "Introduction: documenting China independently" -- Yingjin Zhang, "Who's afraid of the documentary camera" refiguring reality, memory, and power in Chinese independent documentary -- Yomi Braester, "For whom does the director speak" the ethics of representation in documentary film criticism -- Pt. 2. Rural reconfigurations -- Angie Chau, "From root-searching to grassroots: returning to the countryside in contemporary Chinese fiction and independent documentary film" -- Paul G. Pickowicz, "Zou Xueping's postsocialist homecoming" -- Pt. 3. Embodied filmmaking -- Tong Wang, "Looking back while marching forward: reconfiguration of selfhood in the folk memory project" -- Laura Kissel, "The memory project and other ways of knowing: filmmaking, affect, and embodied knowledge" -- Pt. 4. Documentary enactments -- Alvin Wong, "Gendering intersubjectivity in new Chinese documentary: feminist multiplicity and vulnerable masculinity in postsocialist China" -- Yiman Wang, "From bumming to roaming: Xu Tong's the Drifters trilogy" -- Hongjian Wang, "Documenting through reenacting: revisiting the performative mode in Chinese independent documentaries" Appendix: Michael Berry, "Memory/document: in dialogue with Wu Wenguang's memory project" -- Filmography.
catalogue key
11223645
 
Includes bibliographical references, filmography, and index.

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