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The Chinese Cinema Book provides a comprehensive and richly-illustratedcompanion to the cinemas of the PRC, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Chinese diaspora. Thematic sections address key issues, periods, genres and movementswithin Chinese film studies, with contributions from leading scholars in the field. ...more
Hardcover, 232 pages
Published June 15th 2011 by British Film Institute (first published May 15th 2011)
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This is incredibly useful because it organizes both the history of Chinese cinema and the history of Chinese cinema studies. When I read it, it gave context to all of the separate different readings on the subject I'd done over the years, and it helped me to understand everything much more than I previously had.
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Song Hwee Lim is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Exeter.

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