Cinema
Books on Taiwan Cinema
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  • Staging Memories: Hou Hsiao-hsien's A City of Sadness
  • Transnational Representations: The State of Taiwan Film in the 1960s and 1970s
  • Situating Sexualities: Queer Representation in Taiwanese Fiction, Film and Public Culture
  • The Last Isle: Contemporary Film, Culture and Trauma in Global Taiwan (Place, Memory, Affect)
  • New Taiwanese Cinema in Focus: Moving Within and Beyond the Frame (Traditions in World Cinema)
  • Cinema Taiwan: Politics, Popularity and State of the Arts
  • Island on the Edge: Taiwan New Cinema and After by Chris Berry
  • Envisioning Taiwan: Fiction, Cinema, and the Nation in the Cultural Imaginary/ June Yip
  • Taiwan Cinema by Guo-Juin Hong
  • Historical Diary of Taiwan Cinema by Daw-Ming Lee
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Themes
 
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  • Taiwan is a young country, and the main audience of its cinema is similarly young. Taiwanese cine...

  • A sharp-edged binary opposition between urban cities and rural areas was usually on display in ea...

  • Taiwan is a country with a diverse culture and all-embracing humanity that are a particular focus...

  • Since martial law was lifted in Taiwan in the late 1980s, social movements have boomed, and femin...

  • Since its birth, cinema has been intertwined with literature. While it rivals literature for arti...

  • A maritime island, Taiwan is home to a variety of climates, geographies, and creatures. Its histo...

  • Industrialization, urbanization, and capitalism have brought with them not only modern advanced s...

  • Other than the traditional cultures of the aboriginal tribes of Taiwan, the most long-standing st...

  • Subtropical Taiwan is a young Pacific island with a diverse geography and rich ecological regions...