New PDF release: An Annotated Bibliography of Chinese Film Studies

By Jim Cheng

ISBN-10: 9622097030

ISBN-13: 9789622097032

It is the 1st and purely multilingual bibliography for chinese language movie stories, which covers monographic materials―including monographs, convention court cases, and theses―that relate to movie reviews in and approximately Mainland China released among 1920-2003.

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ISBN 0786403055 (lib. : alk. paper) Note: Includes bibliographical references (pp. 721-723) and an index (pp. 725-752). A very comprehensive filmography with 2,444 feature films produced in the PRC, 1949-1995. Since there are no Chinese characters and no tone marks in the Pinyin romanization system used in this book, it is difficult to identify the meaning of some words, and especially people's names, that have the same spelling in the Pinyin romanization system. Moreover, the book is organized alphatetically according to the English translation of the film title.

Chi 0266 Li, Daoxin. Zhongguo dian ying shi (1937-1945). 4*B*ft^A (1937-1945)° Beijing: Shou du shi fan da xue chu ban she, 2000. 314p. ISBN 7810641883 Note: Includes bibliographical references (pp. 306-309), a Chinese film chronology for 1937-1945, and detailed notes at the end of each of the book's five chapters. Chapter 1 deals with Chinese film during the Sino-Japanese War. Chapter 2 deals with films and the film industry behind the front war lines. Chapter 3 deals with the early period of Chinese film in the communist-ontrolled areas.

Chi 0293 Xin Zhongguo bai bu bai bu you xiu ying pian shang xi: 1949-1998 / Jia Ming zhu bian; Zhongguo dian ying jia xie hui bian. Yinchuan: Ningxia Huizu zizhiqu tu shu guan, 1965. 19 p. Note: An index to articles published in newspapers and journals criticizing the films Lin jia pu zi and Bu ye cheng for their tendency to glorify Chinese capitalists. Chi i f * H W f ? f f i 3 l ^ ^ t « f : 1949-1998/ ftW±® i * H « S S » Beijing: Zhongguo dian ying chu ban she, 1999. 451 p. ISBN 7106015032 Note: Reviews of 100 films produced between 1949 and 1998.

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