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HONG KONG FILM, HOLLYWOOD AND NEW GLOBAL CINEMA: No film is an island
Gina Marchetti1; Tan See Kam2
Subtype编著
2007
PublisherRoutledge
Publication PlaceNew York
Table of Contents

   Notes on contributors                                            vii
   Preface                                                           xi
   Acknowledgements                                                xiii

   Introduction: Hong Kong cinema and global change                   1
   GINA MARCHETTI AND TAN SEE KAM

PART I 
Chinese on the move: 'Hongkongers' abroad                            11

 1 From South Pacific to Shanghai Blues: no film is an island        13
   TAN SEE KAM

 2 The heroic flux in John Woo's trans-Pacific passage: from         
   Confucian brotherhood to American selfhood                        35
   AARON HAN JOON MAGNAN-PARK

 3 Hong Kong film goes to America                                    50
   STACI FORD

 4 Hong Kong television in Chinatown: translocal context(s) 
   and transnational social formations                               63
   AMY LEE

 5 Thailand in the Hong Kong cinematic imagination                   77
   ADAM KNEE

 6 Hong Kong-Australian imaginaries: Three 
   Australian films by Clara Law                                     91
   TONY MITCHELL

PART II
To-ing and fro-ing: transnational genres                            107

 7 Generic ghosts: remaking the new 'Asian horror film’             109
   BLISS CUA LIM

 8 Copies of copies in Hollywood and Hong Kong cinemas:
   rethinking the woman-warrior figures                             126
   KWAI-CHEUNG LO

 9 The Noir East: Hong Kong filmmakers' transmutation of a 
   Hollywood genre?                                                 137
   JOELLE COLLIER

10 Scenes of 'in-action' and noir characteristics in the films of
   Johnnie To (Kei-Fung)                                            159
   PETER RIST 

PART III
International players and a global niche                            165

11 Hong Kong goes international: the case of Golden Harvest         167
   MIKE WALSH

12 Distant screens: film festivals and the global projection of 
   Hong Kong cinema                                                 177
   CINDY HING-YUK WONG

13 Competing regions: the chromatics of the urban fix               193
   STEPHANIE HEMELRYK DONALD AND JOHN GAMMACK

14 Jackie Chan, tourism, and the performing agency                  206
   LAIKWAN PANG

15 Niche cinema, or, Kill Bill with Shaolin Soccer                  219
   PETER HITCHCOCK 

   Notes                                                            233
   Bibliography                                                     263
   Index                                                            277
 

ISBN0-415-38068-5 ; 0-203-96736-4 ; 978-0-415-38068-3 ; 978-0-415-96736-2
Pages1-286
Language英语
WOS KeywordWos:000277466600001
WOS SubjectFilm, Radio, Television ; Asian Studies
WOS Research AreaFilm, Radio & Television ; Asian Studies
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Document TypeBook
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Affiliation1.University of Hong Kong
2.University of Macau
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Gina Marchetti,Tan See Kam. HONG KONG FILM, HOLLYWOOD AND NEW GLOBAL CINEMA: No film is an island[M]. New York:Routledge,2007.
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