New Chinese Cinema
Focusing on the work of six directors --Chen Kaige, Zhang Yimou and Tian Zhuangzhuang; Taiwan's Hou Hsiao-hsien and Edward Yang; and Hong Kong's Stanley Kwan--New Chinese Cinema discusses the themes and stylistic characteristics of the new cinema. Illustrated with movie stills and location shots, and drawing on interviews with many of the featured film-makers, this book brings new insight to the discussion of one of the most vibrant and influential of the world's cinematic traditions.
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actor aesthetic Ann Hui artistic audience award Beijing Film Academy Big Parade Blue Kite Brighter Summer Day Centre Stage characters Chen Kaige Chen's Chinese cinema Chinese film Chinese film-makers City of Sadness complex Concubine courtesy of Southern critical Cultural Revolution desire displays earlier films Edward experiences exploration Farewell Fifth film industry focuses Goodbye South Guomindang Hong Kong cinema Horse Thief Hou Hsiao-hsien Hou's human Hunting Ground images innovative interesting International Film Festival Japanese Judou Kwan's Kwok-kan lives Love Unto Waste Mainland Media Asia Group narration narrative officialdom Photo courtesy political production protagonist Raise the Red Red Lantern Red Sorghum relationship rituals role Ruan Shanghai Triad six film-makers social society Southern Film Corporation Stanley Kwan Story of Qiu stylistic Taipei Story Taiwan Taiwanese cinema Temptress Moon themes Tian Zhuangzhuang Tian's tion traditional urban vision visual wang women Wong Kar-wai Yang's Yellow Earth Zhang Yimou Zhang's films