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articles on the serials of Louis Feuillade, focusing on "Judex"; the 1992 Pordenone retrospective of ?clair films; reviews of "Les frères corses" and "La chute de la maison Usher"; notes on the fiction of Louis Delluc and René Clair, with a review essay on L.D.'s 'Ecrits cinématographiques'.

A list of available books about Korean cinema ..

It is clear that "[m]ost of Hollywood's efforts during the war centered around doing what it did best--entertaining people . . . " making money and promoting its own interests. In other words, Hollywood exploited the war for its own financial and ideological gain. The Hollywood PR machine, as represented in the writing of Lester Friedman, however, would like for us to believe that the Hollywood " . . . filmmakers added the element of ideological persuasion." According to this self-serving and revisionist view, Hollywood films of the period " . . . not only celebrated democratic virtues and goals for those at home and in allied countries, but they became two-hour furloughs for servicemen, powerful cinematic images depicting just what they were fighting to defend . . . " Again, according to Friedman, "[w]hat emerged from the war years was an acknowledgment of Hollywood's power and influence, forcing industry members and outsiders alike into an even greater awareness of film's impact on society." Of course, this is the same impact on society that many film industry leaders of today would choose to deny (i.e., today, they are claiming that movies do not influence human behavior).

The following is a list of the books on Korean cinema which are available over the internet.
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KOREAN CINEMA: THE NEW HONG KONG (2002) by Anthony C. Y. Leong. Trafford Publishing: paperback (ISBN 1-55395-461-0) 266 pp.

Subtitled, "A Guidebook for the Latest Korean New Wave," this book serves as an introduction to Korean films since 1997. Features over 75 reviews divided by genre, plus introductory essays on various aspects of the film industry, profiles of selected actors and directors, practical information about how to get access to Korean cinema, and more. Particularly useful for people building DVD collections of recent Korean cinema.

A Brief History of South Korea and Its Film Industry
Korean Moviemaking Today
Korea's Latest New Wave
Ten Korean Films Everyone Should See
The Rising Stars of Korean Cinema
Where To Get Your Fix for Korean Flicks
Hong Kong or Bust - Where Next?

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