Hong Kong film, Hollywood and the new global cinema: No film is an island. London: Routledge.
Morris, M. Hong Kong connections: Transnational imagination in action cinema. Pang L. Masculinities and Hong Kong cinema. Sima, Q. Records of the grand historian of China B. Watson, Trans. New York: Columbia University Press.
Yau, C. Introduction: Hong Kong cinema in a borderless world. Yau Ed. Required Film Viewing Chan, F. Cheung, M. Chow, S. Clouse, R.
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Woo, J. Zwart, H. Recommended Reading Ahn, S. Bordwell, D.
Planet Hong Kong: Popular cinema and the art of entertainment. Hong Kong cinema since The post-nostalgic imagination. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Consuming Hong Kong. Tomlinson, J.
Globalization and culture. How might theatre intervene in violent inter-ethnic conflicts? This book addresses this question Over the past decade, there has been a huge increase in ordinary people's access to video production technology. These essays explore the theoretical significance of this trend and its impact on society, as well as examining a wide range of case studies, from camcorders and camera phones to YouTube and citizen journalism.
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Over the past decade, there has been a huge increase in ordinary people's access to video production Reading a range of work from the US and UK over the last two decades, this is an innovative study of theatre's growing obsession with technologies and effects of naming. How does theatre reflect, and intervene in, naming practices across domains such as philosophy, computing, journalism, anthropology, advertising, military training, and genetics?
Reading a range of work from the US and UK over the last two decades, this is an innovative study of Taking as its point of departure the three recurrent themes of nostalgia, memory and local histories, this book is an attempt to map out a new poetics - the 'post-nostalgic imagination' - in Hong Kong cinema in the first decade of Chinese rule.
Taking as its point of departure the three recurrent themes of nostalgia, memory and local The first study of the depictions of the Ancient World on the Victorian and Edwardian stage, this book analyzes plays set in and dramatising the histories of Greece, Rome, Egypt, Babylon and the Holy Land. In doing so, it seeks to locate theatre within the wider culture, tracing its links and interaction with other cultural forms.
The first study of the depictions of the Ancient World on the Victorian and Edwardian stage, this Women on the Edge re-envisions women's cinema as contemporary political practices by exploring the works of twelve filmmakers. Moving on from the s feminist adage that the personal is political, Sharon Lin Tay argues that contemporary women's cinema must exceed the personal to be politically relevant and ethically cogent.