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Wang, Zhuoyi

Revolutionary Cycles in Chinese Cinema, 1951–1979

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Understanding Revolutionary Culture and Cinema
Zhuoyi Wang

2. From The Life of Wu Xun to the Career of Song Jingshi: Adapting Private Studio Filmmaking Legacy for a Nationalized Cinema, 1951–1957
Zhuoyi Wang

3. From Revolutionary Canon to Bourgeois White Flag: Blooming Flowers and the Full Moon (1958) in the Maoist Campaigns
Zhuoyi Wang

4. From “a Hundred Flowers” to “a Poisonous Weed”: Dangerous Opportunities for Satirical Comedies, 1955–1958
Zhuoyi Wang

5. From Revolutionary Romanticism to Petty Bourgeois Fanaticism: The Great Leap Forward and Filmmakers’ Stylistic Return to the Past, 1958–1960
Zhuoyi Wang

6. From Disaster to Laughter: Making Comedies in a Changing Political Landscape, 1959–1963
Zhuoyi Wang

7. From Conflicting Authorities to Diverse Masses: Early Spring in February (1964) as “Sugarcoated Poison”
Zhuoyi Wang

8. Conclusion: From the Ebb of the Revolution to the End of Revolutionary Cinema, 1967–1979
Zhuoyi Wang

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Film History, Asian History, Cultural History, Media Studies, Film and Television Studies, Arts

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
289 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137378743
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-47847-7

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