Eigagaku No Susume

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - 257 ページ
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In Praise of Film Studies brings together essays by scholars of Japanese cinema from around the world, all of whom have drawn on the collection of Makino Mamoru for their research. Makino Mamoru was a filmmaker and essayist who began assembling an enormous collection of film-related materials. While most collectors concentrate on image-centric items like posters and stills, Makino recognized the importance of books, magazines and other written texts for scholarship. His collection spans the entire history of Japanese cinema, and contains periodicals, books, pamphlets, posters, programs, scripts, diaries, studio records, fan zines, catalogs, textbooks, photographs, newspapers, clipping files, and the personal libraries of a number of film personalities. Makino opened the collection to a variety of film scholars, enabling them to write histories that were otherwise unimaginable. This volume brings together a number of these scholars to honor Makino Mamoru and his dedication to the study of Japanese cinema. (In English and Japanese.)

 

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Rethinking the Emergence of the Proletarian Film League of Japan Prokino
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On the Conditions of Film Censorship in Japan before Its Systematization
46
Chaplin Among the Ashes
68
The Establishment of the Study of Visual Philology
74
On the Chronological History Written by Yokota
104
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Aaron Gerow is Associate Professor of Japanese Cinema in the Film Studies Program and East Asian Languages and Literatures at Yale University. He is the author of "Kitano Takeshi, A Page of Madness: Cinema and Modernity in 1920s Japan, "and "Reference Guide to Japanese Film Studies, " coauthored with Abe Mark Nornes.

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