ABE-IPSABE HOLDINGABE BOOKS
English Polski
On-line access

Bookstore

0.00 PLN
Bookshelf (0) 
Your bookshelf is empty
The Japanese Cinema Book

The Japanese Cinema Book

Authors
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Year 16/04/2020
Pages 624
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781844576791
Categories Film theory & criticism
$145.07 (with VAT)
581.00 PLN / €128.09 / £107.26
Qty:
Delivery to United States

check shipping prices
Product to order
Delivery 14 days
Add to bookshelf

Table of contents

I: INTRODUCTION.- 1. Japanese Cinema and Its Multiple Perspectives; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- .- II: THEORIES AND APPROACHES.- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 2. Authorship; Alex Jacoby.- 3. Spectatorship; Hideaki Fujiki.- 4. Technology; Johan Nordstrum.- 5. Narrative; Kinoshita Kosuke.- 6. Gender and Sexuality; Ayako Saito.- 7. Early Cinema; Aaron Gerow.- .- III: INSTITUTIONS AND INDUSTRY.- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 8. The Japanese Studio System; Kitaura Hiroyuki, translated by Thomas Kabara.- 9. Stardom; Yuka Kanno.- 10. Exhibition; Manabu Ueda.- 11. Japanese Cinema and Transmedial Relations; Marc Steinberg.- 12. Censorship and Education; Rachael Hutchinson.- 13. Cultures of Film Criticism; Naoki Yamamoto.- 14. Japanese Cinema and International Film Festivals; Julian Stringer.- 15. Experimental Japanese Cinema; Julian Ross.- .- IV: FILM STYLE.- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 16. Cinematography; Daisuke Miyao.- 17. Acting; Chika Kinoshita.- 18. Set Design; Fumiaki Itakura.- 19. Music; Yuna de Lannoy.- .- V: GENRE.- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 20. Melodrama; Ryoko Misono.- 21. Period Film; Sybil A. Thornton.- 22. Musical; Michael Raine.- 23. Horror; Michael Crandol.- 24. Yakuza; Isolde Standish.- 25. Anime; Thomas Lamarre .- 26. Documentary; Abe Mark Nornes.- .- VI: TIME AND SPACES OF REPRESENTATION.- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 27. Japanese Cinema and Rural Landscape; Sharon Hayashi.- 28. Japanese Cinema and the Home; Woojeong Joo.- 29. Japanese Cinema and the Archive; Oliver Dew.- 30. Japanese Cinema and the City; Alastair Phillips.- .- VII: SOCIAL CONTEXTS.- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 31. The Asia Pacific War; Naomi Ginoza.- 32. The Occupation; Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano.- 33. Social Protest; Vera Mackie.- 34. Minority Culture; Mika Ko.- 35. Globalisation: Inside and Outside Japan; Cobus van Staden.- .- VIII: FLOWS AND EXCHANGES .- Section Introduction; Hideaki Fujiki and Alastair Phillips.- 36. Japanese Cinema and its Post-Colonial Histories; Stephanie DeBore.- 37. Japanese Cinema and Peripheries; Andrew Dorman.- 38. Japanese Cinema and Hollywood; Hiroshi Kitamura.- 39. Japanese Cinema and Europe; Tamaki Tsuchida.- 40. International Remakes and Adaptations; Ryan Cook.- IX: Index.

We also recommend books

Strony www Białystok Warszawa
801 777 223