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The Oxford handbook of Japanese cinema [electronic resource] /
edited by Daisuke Miyao.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2014.
xii, 483 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
9780190937355 (paperback), 9780199731664 (cloth)
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Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2014.
9780190937355 (paperback)
9780199731664 (cloth)
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Introduction -- What is Japanese cinema studies?: Japanese cinema and cinema studies. Japanese film without Japan: toward a nondisciplined 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" in Japanese cinema / 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 reentrance to the regional film industry in the 1950s / Sangjoon Lee -- Yamagata-Asia-Europe: the International Film Festival short circuit / Abé Mark Nornes -- What Japanese cinema is!: Japanese cinema and the intermedial practices. Nitrate film production in Japan: a historical background of the early days / Hidenori Okada (translated by Ayako Saito and Daisuke Miyao) -- Sketches of silent film sound in Japan: theatrical functions of ballyhoo, orchestras and Kabuki ensembles / Shuhei Hosokawa -- The Jidaigeki film: Twilight Samurai--A Salaryman--Producer's Point of View / Ichiro Yamamoto (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.
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