Encyclopedia of Chinese Film

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHINESE FILM

Yingjin Zhang and Zhiwei Xiao

With additional contributions from

Ru-shou Robert Chen, Shuqin Cui, Paul Fonoroff, Ken Hall, Julian Stringer, Jean J. Su, Paola Voci, Tony Williams, Yueh-yu Yeh

Edited by

Yingjin Zhang

London & New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Plates ix
  • Notes on Contributors xi
  • Note to the Reader xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Abbreviations xvi
  • Classified Contents xvii
  • Part I - Historical Essays 1
  • Chinese Cinema 3
  • Hong Kong Cinema 31
  • Taiwan Cinema 47
  • Further Reading 60
  • Further Reading 62
  • Transnational Cinema: Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan 63
  • Chinese Film in the West 66
  • Further Reading 69
  • Foreign Films in China 70
  • Part II - Main Entries 73
  • A - Action Film 75
  • Further Reading 85
  • B - Back to Back, Face to Face 89
  • Further Reading 92
  • C - Cageman 105
  • D - Dan Duyu 136
  • E - Early Spring in February 151
  • F - Family 158
  • G - Game of Death 173
  • H - He Jianjun 183
  • I - Iceman Cometh 198
  • J - Jade Love 203
  • Further Reading 204
  • K - Killer, The 206
  • L - Lai, Stan 210
  • Further Reading 213
  • M - Ma-Xu Weibang 235
  • Further Reading 246
  • N - Narrow Street 248
  • O - Old Well 255
  • P - Pai Ching-Jui 262
  • Q - Qin Yi 274
  • R - Rainclouds Over Wushan 276
  • S - Sacrificed Youth 295
  • T - Taipei Story 329
  • U - Under the Bridge 346
  • V - Visitor on Ice Mountain 349
  • W - Wan Jen 351
  • X - Xia Gang 374
  • Y - Yam, Simon 379
  • Z - Zhang Ga, a Boy Soldier 387
  • Bibliography 397
  • Select Internet Web Sites on Chinese Cinema 412
  • Glossary of Chinese Characters 413
  • Index of Titles 450
  • Index of Names 465
  • Index of Studios 473
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