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|Other Titles:||The analyses of the phenomenon- Chinese Cinema Fever- in the Western Film Festivals: The process of the Chinese cinema toward the world|
Hu, Ching Huei
|Issue Date:||2013-12-19 14:26:19 (UTC+8)|
Since late 1970s, the Western has gradually put more and more concentration on the Chinese films. The film reviews and the public opinions always regard the phenomenon as the "Chinese Cinema Fever". This article, on the one hand, analyzes the phenomenon in the historical and cultural veins. While facing China, a state once made the western feel so distant and unfamiliar before, a kind of mentality in the "Western" has been molded by the cultural imagination, colonial experience, mysterious atmosphere, and realistic demand (such like strategic consideration and large-scale market, et al.), and displayed in the various fields. Meanwhile, the "Chinese Cinema Fever" is being a part in such complicated situation. On the other hand, the phenomenon, the Chinese Cinema Fever in the Western Film Festivals since late 1970s, will be considered under the framework of "Center-Periphery" and be regarded as a process of the Chinese film toward the world, which is composed of re-discovering, re-emphasizing, including into the mainstream in the system of the Art Theatre. Nowadays, the Chinese films have turned into a part of the worldwide culture and universal consumption. At the same time, I would like to go a step further to discuss the cultural meanings behind the appearance.
|Appears in Collections:||[Graduate Institute of East Asia Studies ] Proceedings|
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