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Metacinema in contemporary Chinese film

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  • 出版年:c2018
  • 出版社: Hong Kong University Press
  • ISBN:978-988-8390-81-6 ; 988-8390-81-3
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  • 原紙本書價:1260 元
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  • 租期14天,今日租書可閱讀至2019-03-08
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Depictions within a movie of either filmmaking or film watching are hardly novel, but the dramatic expansion of the reach of the metacinematic into contemporary Chinese cinemas is nothing short of remarkable. To G. Andrew Stuckey, the prevalence of metacinematic features forms the basis of a discourse on film arising from the films themselves. Such a discourse, in turn, outlines the boundaries of the possible for film in China as aesthetic or sociopolitical practice. Metacinema also draws our attention to the presence of the audience, people actively responding to a film. In elucidating the affective responses elicited by the metacinematic mode in the viewers, Stuckey argues that metacinema reflects ways of being in the world that audiences may take up for themselves.
 
The films studied in this book are drawn across the full spectrum of Chinese films made in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan during the 1990s and 2000s, from award-winning conceptual art films to popular crowd pleasers, blockbusters to low-budget productions, and documentary-style social realist exposé projects to studio assembly-line investments. The recurrence of the metacinematic across this broad range of works is indicative of its relevance to Chinese films today, and the analysis of these diverse examples allows us to gauge the cultural, social, and aesthetic implications of Chinese cinemas as a whole.

  • Acknowledgments(第viii頁)
  • Note on Romanization(第x頁)
  • 1. Introduction(第1頁)
  • 2. Production: The Global Musical and Perhaps Love(第18頁)
  • 3. Consumption: Genre and Quotation in Goodbye, Dragon Inn(第38頁)
  • 4. True Lies: Authority, Authenticity, and Authorship in In the Heat of the Sun and Suzhou River(第61頁)
  • 5. Documentarization and Amplified Realism in Jia Zhangke’s Films(第78頁)
  • 6. Beyond Allegory: Symbol and the Family Melodrama in Lost in Beijing(第100頁)
  • 7. Conclusion(第114頁)
  • Notes(第121頁)
  • Filmography(第137頁)
  • Bibliography(第139頁)
  • Index(第148頁)

G. Andrew Stuckey teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is the author of Old Stories Retold: Narrative and Vanishing Pasts in Modern China.

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