Cinema Taiwan : politics, popularity, state of the arts
Cinema Taiwan considers the complex problems of popularity, conflicts between transnational capital and local practice, non-fiction and independent filmmaking as emerging modes of address, and new possibilities of forging vibrant film cultures embedded in national (identity) politics, gender/sexuality and community activism. Insightful and challenging, the essays in this collection will attract attention to a globally significant field of cultural production and will appeal to readers from the areas of film studies, cultural studies and Chinese culture and society.
Copyright © 2007 Editorial matter and selection, Darrell William Davis and Ru-shou Robert Chen, the contributors for their contributions.
Davis, D. W., & Chen, R.-s. R. (Eds.) (2007). Cinema Taiwan: Politics, popularity, state of the arts. Oxon: Routledge.