Cinema of Feng Xiaogang
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Cinema of Feng Xiaogang commercialization and censorship in Chinese cinema after1989 by Rui Zhang

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Published by Hong Kong university press in Aberdeen, Hong Kong .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Feng, Xiaogang -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Motion pictures -- China,
  • Motion picture producers and directors -- China

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [181]-191) and index.

StatementRui Zhang.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN1998.3.F456 Z53 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination196 p. :
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23151488M
ISBN 109789622098855, 9789622098862
LC Control Number2008438068

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Beginning first as a case study of Feng Xiaogang, this book explores Chinese film history since the early s in terms of changes of the Communist Party's film policy, industry reforms, the official promotion of Main Melody films and the emergence and growth of popular cinema. The image of Feng that will emerge in this book is of a filmmaker Cited by: 8. The Cinema of Feng Xiaogang: Commercialization and Censorship in Chinese Cinema after Cited by: 8. Beginning first as a case study of Feng Xiaogang, this book explores Chinese film history since the early s in terms of changes of the Communist Party's film policy, industry reforms, the official promotion of Main Melody films and the emergence and growth of popular cinema. The image of Feng that will emerge in this book is of a filmmaker working under political and economic pressures in. The chapters in this book cover Chinese cinema on the eve of the Tian'anmen Incident, Chinese cinema from to the middle of the s and Feng Xiaogang's early career, and the 'corporate era' of Chinese cinema in the new millennium and Feng's post-new year productions.

Feng Xiaogang (simplified Chinese: 冯小刚; traditional Chinese: 馮小剛; pinyin: Féng Xiǎogāng; born 18 March in Beijing, China) is a Chinese film director, screenwriter and is well known in China as a highly successful commercial filmmaker whose comedy films do consistently well at the box office, although Feng has broken out from that mold by making some drama and Born: Ma (age 61), Beijing, China. Cinema of Feng Xiaogang: Commercialization and Censorship in Chinese Cinema After : Rui Zhang: Books. Commercialization and Censorship in Chinese Cinema after Author: Rui Zhang. Publisher: Hong Kong University Press ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Beginning first as a case study of Feng Xiaogang, this book explores Chinese film history since the early s in terms of changes of the Communist Party's film policy, industry reforms, the. “Feng Xiaogang’s Assembly is a vigorously staged war movie that has been a deserved success in China This is a film that eschews triumphalism and the customary patriotic rhetoric. Its subject is friendship, respect for individuals and the quest for justice and historic truth.” (Philip French, The Observer).

The Cinema of Feng Xiaogang Rui Zhang Published by Hong Kong University Press, HKU Zhang, Rui. The Cinema of Feng Xiaogang: Commercialization and Censorship in Chinese Cinema after Cited by: 8. Asian Cinema is a book by Tom Vick, published in , that chronicles the history of cinema in various regions in Asia throughout the years. This is an (arguably) complete list of the films mentioned in the book for easy identification purposes. If you have no idea on what to watch next, just pick a random number from   An early sequence in Feng Xiaogang’s elegiac epic “Youth” shows a dance number being rehearsed by a People’s Liberation Army arts troupe in southwestern China. Though Youth isn't perfect, as screenwriter (and author of the book the film is adapted from) Yan Geling was once a member of a PLA troupe, just like director Feng Xiaogang. And every breathtakingly beautiful image is so lovingly crafted, it's not just an A+ effort in glossy filmmaking, it's a pouring out of one's heart as an ode to the /5().