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050  0 PN1993.5.C4|bC66 2012 
082 04 791.430951|223 
245 02 A companion to Chinese cinema /|cedited by Yingjin Zhang. 
246 30 Chinese cinema 
260    Chichester :|bWiley-Blackwell,|c2012. 
300    xix, 712 p. :|bill., ports. 
490 1  The Wiley-Blackwell companions to national cinemas 
505 0  Acknowledgments viii List of Figures ix List of Tables 
       xiii List of Contributors xiv 1 General Introduction 1 
       Yingjin Zhang Part I History and Geography 23 2 
       Transplanting Melodrama: Observations on the Emergence 
       ofEarly Chinese Narrative Film 25 Zhang Zhen 3 Artists, 
       Cadres, and Audiences: Chinese Socialist Cinema,1949 1978 
       42 Paul Clark 4 Directors, Aesthetics, Genres: Chinese 
       Postsocialist Cinema,1979 2010 57 Yingjin Zhang 5 Hong 
       Kong Cinema Before 1980 75 Robert Chi 6 The Hong Kong New 
       Wave 95 Gina Marchetti 7 Gender Negotiation in Song 
       Cunshou s Story ofMother and Taiwan Cinema of the Early 
       1970s 118 James Wicks 8 Second Coming: The Legacy of 
       Taiwan New Cinema 133 Darrell William Davis Part II 
       Industry and Institution 151 9 Propaganda and Censorship 
       in Chinese Cinema 153 Matthew D. Johnson 10 Chinese Media 
       Capital in Global Context 179 Michael Curtin 11 Film and 
       Society in China: The Logic of the Market 197 Stanley 
       Rosen 12 Vulnerable Chinese Stars: From Xizi to Film 
       Worker218 Sabrina Qiong Yu 13 Ports of Entry: Mapping 
       Chinese Cinema s MultipleTrajectories at International 
       Film Festivals 239 Nikki J. Y. Lee and Julian Stringer 
       Part III Genre and Representation 263 14 In Search of 
       Chinese Film Style(s) and Technique(s) 265 James Udden 15 
       Film Genre and Chinese Cinema: A Discourse of Film and 
       Nation284 Stephen Teo 16 Performing Documentation: Wu 
       Wenguang and the PerformativeTurn of New Chinese 
       Documentary 299 Qi Wang 17 Chinese Women s Cinema 318 
       Lingzhen Wang 18 From Urban Films to Urban Cinema: The 
       Emergence of a CriticalConcept 346 Yomi Braester Part IV 
       Arts and Media 359 19 The Intertwinement of Chinese Film 
       and Literature: Choicesand Strategies in Adaptations 361 
       Liyan Qin 20 Diary of a Homecoming: (Dis-)Inhabiting the 
       Theatrical inPostwar Shanghai Cinema 377 Weihong Bao 21 
       Cinema and the Visual Arts of China 400 Jerome Silbergeld 
       22 From Mountain Songs to Silvery Moonlight: Some Notes on
       Musicin Chinese Cinema 417 Jerome Silbergeld 23 Cross-
       Fertilization in Chinese Cinema and Television: AStrategic
       Turn in Cultural Policy 429 Ying Zhu and Bruce Robinson 24
       Chinese Cinema and Technology 449 Gary G. Xu Part V Issues
       and Debates 467 25 Chinese Film Scholarship in Chinese 469
       Chen Xihe 26 Chinese Film Scholarship in English 484 Chris
       Berry 27 The Return of the Repressed: Masculinity and 
       SexualityReconsidered 499 Shuqin Cui 28 Homosexuality and 
       Queer Aesthetics 518 Helen Hok-Sze Leung 29 Alter-
       centering Chinese Cinema: The Diasporic Formation535 Yiman
       Wang 30 The Absent American: Figuring the United States in
       ChineseCinema of the Reform Era 552 Michael Berry 
       Bibliography 575 Filmography 628 Index 655 
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650  0 Motion pictures|zChina|xHistory. 
700 1  Zhang, Yingjin. 
830  0 Wiley-Blackwell companions to national cinemas. 
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