Published March 1, 2004
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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What Is Japanese Cinema? is a tour de force of filmic history: a concise and spirited account of how Japanese film came to be, illuminating carryovers from native theatrical traditions and the tensions lining the political history of modern East Asia. That Japanese cinema has all along been local, and—in its imperial ambitions, aesthetic. The Japanese Cinema Book provides a new and comprehensive survey of one of the world's most fascinating and widely admired filmmaking regions. In terms of its historical coverage, broad thematic approach and the significant international range of its authors, it is the largest and most wide-ranging publication of its kind to g from renowned directors . Books shelved as japanese-cinema: Word and Image in Japanese Cinema by Dennis Washburn, Japanese Cinema: Texts and Contexts by Alistair Phillips, A Page. In that sense, “Art” runs into some of the same problems as Schilling’s earlier book. The title, like “Contemporary Japanese Cinema,” is perhaps too broad, promising a comprehensive primer of Japanese cinema in the post-millennium, but art, industry and commerce are emergent themes, explored in the abstract but not unpacked in detail.
Now we have this volume, originally published in as “ Years of Japanese Cinema” by Shueisha, providing non-Japanese readers, in a . Japanese Cinema - Film Style And National Character - Donald Richie Topics: japanese, film, films, cinema, Trigger Happy is a book about the aesthetics of videogames what they share with cinema, the history of painting, or literature; and what makes them different, in terms of form, psychology and semiotics. Books on Film and Cinema. The book also includes a full glossary of terms and a comprehensive bibliography of readings on Japanese cinema. Bringing together leading international scholars and showcasing pioneering new research, this book is essential reading for all students and general readers interested in one of the world’s most important film by: The cinema of Japan (日本映画, Nihon eiga, also known domestically as 邦画 hōga, "domestic cinema") has a history that spans more than years. Japan has one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world; as of , it was the fourth largest by number of feature films produced. In Japan produced feature films that earned % of a box office total of Main distributors: Toho (%), Walt .
In particular, the book is concerned with how representations of ‘otherness’ in contemporary Japanese cinema may be identified as reinforcing or subverting dominant discourses of ‘Japaneseness’. the author book also illuminates the ways in which Japanese films have engaged in the dramatisation and elaboration of ideas and attitudes. Of course the book talks about anime, Godzilla, and Kurosawa but its main goal is to focus on elements of Japanese cinema that have remained hidden from western eyes. With the Japanese film industry ready to re-emerge from the scars of the war, a "Golden Period" began which lasted form till The only place to be for the latest and best in Japanese cinema: interviews, features, film reviews, book reviews, calendar of events and DVD releases, links and more. Ozu's Anti-Cinema (Japanese: 小津安二郎の反映画, Hepburn: Ozu Yasujirō no han eiga) is a book written by Yoshishige Yoshida (also called Kiju Yoshida), translated into English in , and published by Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan. It included analysis and commentary on Yasujirō Ozu's films and film-making : Yoshishige Yoshida.