Beijing Film Academy Yearbook 2015 (Book)
The Beijing Film Academy Yearbook showcases the best academic debates, discussions and research from the academy in 2015 - all available for the first time in English. Aimed at narrowing the cultural gap for cross-cultural research, the book contributes not only to scholarly work on Chinese cinema, but also to film and media studies more generally.
The Journal of the Beijing Film Academy, founded in 1984, is edited by the Beijing Film Academy’s Department of Film Studies and is highly respected for showcasing the foremost research in Chinese cinema and film education.
WU Guangping (Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Beijing Film Academy)
Chapter 1: An Analysis of Educational Characteristics and Developments of Beijing Film Academy: A Reflection of Film Education on the 120th Anniversary of Film
Chapter 2: Annual Report on the Development of China’s Film Industry 2013
LIU Jing, WEI Jinru
Chapter 3: On Cinema Operation and Management in the Context of the Cyber-Era
ZHANG Huijun, LU Yang, ZHU Tao
Chapter 4: The Present State and the Problems of Chinese Cinema
Chapter 5: How Will Art Film Make a Real Breakthrough: An Analysis of Several Trends in China’s Art Film Promotion
Chapter 6: An Emic Study of the Impact of Jun’ichiroÝ Tanizaki
Chapter 7: The Lens of an Intertextual Era: Reinterpretation of the Film A Twig of Plum Blossoms
Chapter 8: Surpass Stereotypes: Study on Li Wei’s Seventeen-Year Villain Performance
Chapter 9: Cut-throat Rivalry, Who Will Be the Winner?
Notes on Contributors
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