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East-West Film Journal, Volume 5, No. 1

by 

Wimal Dissanayake (ed.); Paul Clark (assoc. ed.)

East-West Film Journal

Publisher:

Honolulu: East-West Center

Available From: out of print
Publication Date: January 1991
Binding: paper
Pages: ii, 143

 

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.

Contents:
SPECIAL ISSUE ON MELODRAMA AND CINEMA
Editor’s Note
Melodrama / Subjectivity / Ideology: The Relevance of Western Melodrama Theories to Recent Chinese Cinema
by E. Ann Kaplan
Melodrama, Postmodernism, and the Japanese Cinema
by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto
Negotiating the Transition to Capitalism: The Case of Andaz
by Paul Willemen
The Politics of Melodrama in Indonesian Cinema
by Krishna Sen
Melodrama as It (Dis)appears in Australian Film
by Susan Dermody
Filming "New Seoul": Melodramatic Constructions of the Subject in Spinning Wheel and First Son
by Rob Wilson
Psyches, Ideologies, and Melodrama: The United States and Japan
by Maureen Turim