In this ground breaking investigation into the seldom studied film culture of colonial korea 1910 1945 dong hoon kim brings new perspectives to the associations between colonialism modernity film historiography and national cinema. In its attempt to reconstruct lost intricacies of colonial film historyeclipsed cinemaexplores the under investigated aspects of colonial film culture such as the representational politics of colonial cinema the film unit of the colonial government the social reception of hollywood cinema in relation to emerging korean nationalism japanese . Eclipsed cinema the film culture of colonial korea dong hoon kim published by edinburgh university press edinburgh studies in east asian film examines colonial korean cinema at the critical junctures of korean japanese and colonial cinemas. Professor dong hoon kim university of oregon presents his book eclipsed cinema the film culture of colonial korea edinburgh university press 2017 that explores the seldom studied film culture in korea under japanese colonial rule 1910 1945instead of looking at colonial film history merely with the framework of korean national cinema eclipsed cinema locates cinema in colonial korea at . Eclipsed cinema explores the under investigated aspects of colonial film culture such as the representational politics of colonial cinema the film unit of the colonial government the social read more
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