Revolutionary Cycles in Chinese Cinema, 1951–1979

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ISBN-13:
9781137378743
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eBook
Seiten:
274
Autor:
Z. Wang
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PDF
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eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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A comprehensive history of how the conflicts and balances of power in the Maoist revolutionary campaigns from 1951 to 1979 complicated and diversified the meanings of films, this book offers a discursive study of the development of early PRC cinema.
Introduction: Understanding Revolutionary Culture and Cinema 1. From The Life of Wu Xun to the Career of Song Jingshi : Adapting Private Studio Filmmaking Legacy for a Nationalized Cinema, 1951-1957 2. From Revolutionary Canon to Bourgeois White Flag: Blooming Flowers and the Full Moon (1958) in the Maoist Campaigns 3. From "a Hundred Flowers" to a "Poisonous Weed": Dangerous Opportunities for Satirical Comedies, 1955-1958 4. From Revolutionary Romanticism to Petty Bourgeois Fanaticism: The Great Leap Forward and Filmmakers' Stylistic Return to the Past, 1958-1960 5. From Disaster to Laughter: Making Comedies in a Changing Political Landscape, 1959-1963 6. From Conflicting Authorities to Diverse Masses: Early Spring in February (1964) as 'Sugarcoated Poison' Conclusion: From the Ebb of the Revolution to the End of Revolutionary Cinema, 1967-1979
A comprehensive history of how the conflicts and balances of power in the Maoist revolutionary campaigns from 1951 to 1979 complicated and diversified the meanings of films, this book offers a discursive study of the development of early PRC cinema.

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