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Hong Kong Screenscapes From the New Wave to the Digital
Esther M. K. Cheung1; Gina Marchetti2; Tan See-Kam3
Subtype编著
2011
PublisherHong Kong University Press
Publication PlaceHong Kong
Table of Contents

List of Illustrations                                                 vii
Acknowledgements                                                       xi
Contributors                                                         xiii

Hong Kong Screenscapes: An Introduction                                 1
Esther M. K. CHEUNG, Gina MARCHETTI, and TAN See-Kam

Part I Voices of the Hong Kong New Wave                                15
1.  Do We Hear the City?: Voices of the Stranger in Hong Kong Cinema   17
    Esther M. K. CHEUNG

2.  Surfing with the Surreal in Tsui Hark's Wave: Collage Practice,    33
    Diasporic Hybrid Texts, and Flexible Citizenship
    TAN See-Kam

3.  Ann Hui at the Margin of Mainstream Hong Kong Cinema               51
    Mirana M. SZETO

4.  Interview with Ann Hui: On the Edge of the Mainstream              67
    Esther M. K. CHEUNG, Gina MARCHETTI, and TAN See-Kam

5.  Urban Nomads, Exilic Reflections: The Cine-Modernism               75
    of Patrick Tam
    Esther C. M. YAU

Part II Independent Connections                                        93
6.  Performing the Margins: Locating Independent Cinema                95
    in Hong Kong
    Nicole KEMPTON

7.  Re-imagining Hong Kong-China from the Sidelines:                  111
    Fruit Chan's Little Cheung and Durian Durian
    Wendy GAN

8.  Alternative Perspectives/Alternative Cinemas: Modern Films        127
    and the Hong Kong Experimental Scene
    Roger GARCIA, John WOO, and Jessica HAGEDORN

9.  Specters of Memory: An Artist Statement (Displaced)               143
    Ming-Yuen S. MA 

10. Documenting Hong Kong: Interview with Tammy Cheung                151
    Esther M. K. CHEUNG, Nicole KEMPTON, and Amy LEE

11. Between Times and Spaces: Interview with Evans Chan               165
    Esther M. K. CHEUNG and Nicole KEMPTON

12. Hong Kong Cinema and the Film Essay: A Matter of Perception       175
    Mike INGHAM

Part III Sex in the Asian City                                        195
13. Between Comrade and Queer: Stanley Kwan's Hold You Tight          197
    Gina MARCHETTI

14. Interview with Yau Ching: Filming Women                           213
    in Hong Kong's Queerscape
    Gina MARCHETTI

15. On Isaac Leung, Cyber Sex as Pseudo-Science: The Artist's Search  225
    for Sex Spaces in Hong Kong (and Beyond)
    Katrien JACOBS

16. The Mistress and Female Sexuality                                 239
    Patricia Brett ERENS
  
17. Reimagining the Femme Fatale Gender and Nation in Fruit Chan's    253
    Hollywood Hong Kong
    Pin-chia FENG

Notes                                                                 263
Index                                                                 287

ISBN978-988-8028-56-6
Pages1-296
Language英语
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Document TypeBook
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Affiliation1.Center for the Study of Globalization and Cultures (CSGC), University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2.Department of Comparative Literature, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3.University of Macau, Macau
Recommended Citation
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Esther M. K. Cheung,Gina Marchetti,Tan See-Kam. Hong Kong Screenscapes From the New Wave to the Digital[M]. Hong Kong:Hong Kong University Press,2011.
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