|aAsia-Pacific film co-productions :|btheory, industry and aesthetics /|cedited by Dal Yong Jin and Wendy Su.
|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2019.
|axv, 322 pages ;|c24 cm
|aRoutledge studies in media and cultural industries ;|vVolume 3
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aCultural globalization through film co-productions in the Asia-Pacific region / Dal Yong Jin -- Fast boats from Hollywood to China-vice versa-or ships passing in the night? The PRC meets the NICL / Toby Miller -- Sleeping with the intimate "enemy"? Dynamics and precarities of Chinese co-productions in the case of the "Korea ban" / Lisa Leung -- Post-2014 Chinese-Korean film co-production: nation branding via online film publicity / Elian Chung -- Hindi Chini bhai bhai: examining India-China co-production deals in globalized media markets / Ruhi Khan -- International film co-productions as a new harbour of nationalistic communication amid regional "imagined communities": the case of China and Korea / Mi Sook Park -- Is the China party over?: global integration, state intervention, and changing China-Hollywood relations: 2014-2018 / Wendy Su -- Seeking a global audience: transnational narrative strategies of the Netflix original movie, Okja / Dong-Hoo Lee -- Influential factors for producing film co-productions between Korea and New Zealand / JuHee Kim -- Co-producing with the other side of the world: Argentine-Korean films and international film festivals / Lucía Rud -- Connecting with China, Hollywood and film festivals: the collaboration and co-production of Taiwanese filmmakers in the era of neo-liberal globalization / Jocelyn Yi-Hsuan Lai -- Beyond Japan-Taiwan coproduction: intertextuality and elliptical figures in Hou Hsiao-hsien's Café lumière / Michelle Bloom and Satoko Kakihara -- Seoul-Hong Kong-Macau: Love with an alien (1957) and postwar Korea-Hong Kong coproduction / Sangjoon Lee -- Docu-reality and empathy in Bloodless (2017): a manifesto for transnational virtual reality cinema / Luke Buckmaster and Brian Yecies -- Final recipe as a Pan-Asian co-production film: interview with director Gina Kim / Dal Yong Jin.
|a"This book examines cross-regional film collaboration within and beyond the Asia-Pacific region. Through a mixed methods approach of political economy and industry, market and textual analysis, the book contributes to the understanding of the global fusion of cultural products and the reconfiguration of geographic, political, economic, and cultural relations. Issues covered include: cultural globalization and Asian regionalization; identity, regionalism, and industry practices and inter-Asian and trans-Pacific co-production practices among the U.S., China, South Korea, Japan, India, Hong Kong, Argentina, Australia, Taiwan, and New Zealand"--|cProvided by publisher.