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The Resource Movie migrations : transnational genre flows and South Korean cinema, Hye Seung Chung and David Scott Diffrient

Movie migrations : transnational genre flows and South Korean cinema, Hye Seung Chung and David Scott Diffrient

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Movie migrations : transnational genre flows and South Korean cinema
Title
Movie migrations
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transnational genre flows and South Korean cinema
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Hye Seung Chung and David Scott Diffrient
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eng
Summary
This timely new study reveals that, though South Korean popular culture might be enjoying new prominence on the global stage, the nation's film industry has long been a hub for creative appropriations across national borders. Movie Migrations explores how Korean filmmakers have put a unique spin on familiar genres, while influencing world cinema from Hollywood to Bollywood
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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New directions in international studies
Movie migrations : transnational genre flows and South Korean cinema, Hye Seung Chung and David Scott Diffrient
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Movie migrations : transnational genre flows and South Korean cinema, Hye Seung Chung and David Scott Diffrient
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt18gzfp8
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-278) and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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Contents
Introduction: South Korean cinema's transnational trajectories -- Part. I. From classical Hollywood to the Korean golden age: cinephilia, modernization, and postcolonial genre flows. 1. Toward a strategic Korean cinephilia: a transnational détournement of Hollywood melodrama -- 2. The mamas and the papas: cross-cultural remakes, literary adaptations, and cinematic "parent" texts -- 3. The nervous laughter of vanishing fathers: modernization comedies of the 1960s -- 4. Once upon a time in Manchuria: classic and contemporary Korean westerns -- Pt. II. From cinematic Seoul to global Hollywood: cosmopolitanism, empire, and transnational genre flows. 5. Reinventing the historical drama, de-westernizing a French classic: genre, gender, and the transnational imaginary in untold scandal -- 6. From Gojira to Goemul: "host" cities and "post" histories in East Asian monster movies -- 7. Extraordinarily rendered: oldboy, transmedia adaptation, and the US war on terror -- 8. A thirst for diversity: trends in Korean "multicultural films", from Bandhobi to Where is Ronny? -- Conclusion: into "spreadable" spaces: Netflix, YouTube, and the question of cultural translatability
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9780813569994
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