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2002-2012 A Practical Guide To Chinese Cinema
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2002-2012 A Practical Guide To Chinese Cinema
中国电影实用指南:2002-2012
Language:  English
Author:  Zhou Liming
Pub. Date:  2013-08 Weight:   kg ISBN:  9787508525631
Format:  Soft Cover Pages:  
Subject:  Art and Culture > Movies & Television
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This book is an attempt to chronicle the amazing rise of Chinese cinema since 2002 that has propelled what's arguably the world's fastest growing film industry -- how it awoke from a decade-longhiatus; how it incorporated film industries from Hong Kong and Taiwan; how it deals with growing competition from Hollywood; and what roadblocks send it swerving as it hurtles toward modernization and globalization. 

The book highlights major industry players, dynamics and conflicts; types of movies and their places in the business;and fascinating tidbits that connect to the past and point to the future. It is a perfect primer for anyone interested in China's film industry or with a desire for a deeper appreciation of Chinese-language movies. This book is based on the numerous interviews and reports Raymond Zhou has conducted in his capacity as the most influential Chinese film critic over more than a decade.It also draws extensively from his vast experience and knowledge as a cinema expert, for which he is constantly in demand by media, film festivals and other events.






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