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Publisher Description

This volume features new work on cinema in early twentieth-century Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Republican China. Looking beyond relatively well-studied cities like Shanghai, these essays foreground cinema’s relationship with imperialism and colonialism and emphasize the rapid development of cinema as a sociocultural institution. These essays examine where films were screened; how cinema-going as a social activity adapted from and integrated with existing social norms and practices; the extent to which Cantonese opera and other regional performance traditions were models for the development of cinematic conventions; the role foreign films played in the development of cinema as an industry in the Republican era; and much more.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2018
February 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
354
Pages
PUBLISHER
University of Michigan Press
SELLER
Chicago Distribution Center
SIZE
2.9
MB

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