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East-West Film Journal, Volume 1, No. 1

by 

Wimal Dissanayake (ed.); John Charlot and Paul Clark (assoc. eds.)

East-West Film Journal

Publisher:

Honolulu: East-West Center

Publication Date: December 1986
Binding: paper
Pages: 109

 

The first film journal devoted to the Asia-Pacific region as a whole provides a forum in which Asian and Western cinemas can be introduced to and appreciated by a world-wide audience. Publication of this semiannual journal ceased in July 1994 with Volume 8, no. 2.

Contents:
Foreword
Editors’ Note
Film and Society: Public Rituals and Private Space
by Dudley Andrew
Viewing Japanese Film: Some Considerations
by Donald Richie
Hollywood Reconsidered: Reflections on the Classical American Film
by William Rothman
The Destiny of Samurai Films
by Michitaro Tada
Chinese Film Amidst the Tide of Reform
by Shao Mujun
Art, Vision, and Culture: Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy Revisited
by Wimal Dissanayake
From Ape-Man to Space-Baby: 2001, An Interpretation
by John Charlot
Responsible Soap: Discourses on Australian TV Drama
by John Tulloch

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