On East Asian Filmmakers

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Kate E. Taylor
Columbia University Press, 2011 - Performing Arts - 150 pages
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The Dekalog series is a new list of bi-annual publications dedicated to presenting insightful criticism on a wide range of subjects across the full spectrum of contemporary global cinema.

Each issue is a guest-edited specially-themed volume including the writings of a diverse collection of authors, from academic scholars and cultural theorists, film and media critics, and filmmakers and producers, to various personalities involved in all kinds of institutionalised cinephilia such as film festival directors, cinema programmers and film museum curators.

These multiple voices provide informed and complementary commentary on all things cinematic, making the Dekalog series the new home for serious film criticism.
  

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Contents

WOMENS TRAJECTORIES IN CHINESE AND JAPANESE
13
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
45
ARTISTRY
62
THE SEARCH FOR
93
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About the author (2011)

Kate E. Taylor is lecturer in visual culture at Bangor University, Wales, and the author of Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and Korean Cinema, forthcoming from Wallflower Press.

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