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TRACES OF KOREAN CINEMA FROM 1945-1959 (2003) by the Korean Film Archive (KOFA). Munhak Sasangsa, Inc: paperback (ISBN 89-7012-622-8) 326 pp. Bilingual Korean-English edition.

The first in a planned series of books about Korean film history, published in bilingual editions by the Korean Film Archive (KOFA). This particular edition contains essays on Korean film history focused on the period between Korea's liberation from Japan and the end of the 1950s. Articles within are written by KOFA President Yi Hyo-in and researcher Chung Chong Hwa. A large number of reproductions of period film stills and posters are also included. The original Korean articles as well as translated versions by Shim Ae Gyung are included together in this volume.

The Korean Film Community After the Liberation
Korean Films After the Liberation
The Political and Social Situation and the Trend in the Cultural Field in the Post-liberation Korea
The Korean Film Union and the USAMGIK
Why the Wartime Period is Important
Korean Films Produced in the Wartime Period
The Korean Film Production Situation and the Activities of Korean Film Engineers
Film Production Facilities and Film Equipment in Korea
Overflow of the Foreign Films
Ground for the Growth of Korean Cinema
Tendency of the 1950s Film Production
The Melodrama Era
, the Application of the Modern Thinking into a Film and the Repulsion Against It
The Formation of Male and Female Characters
Double Standards for Modernity
Narrative Structure of the Films in the 1950s
Legacy of the 1950s Films

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:See our FilmHistory: An Introduction, as well as Kristin’s study of German cinemaafter World War I in Herr Lubitsch Goes to Hollywood: German and AmericanFilm after World War I (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2006) andDavid’s work on the 1910s’ tableau style in On the History ofFilm Style (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1998) and FiguresTraced in Light (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005).

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Likewise, my book Narration in the Fiction Film, written while we werewaiting for a publisher to risk printing CHC, recasts some of the CHC’stheoretical framework pertaining to narration and situates classical narrationin a wider field of options. Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema is an authorialstudy that tries to capture Ozu’s transformation of norms he inheritedfrom both Hollywood and Japanese film traditions. My books on the history ofstyle and the traditions of cinematic staging are further studies in norms andtheir creative recasting. Many of my online essays and blog entries bear on thesame issues. My study of Eisenstein is at once an auteur analysis and an accountof a director who himself explicitly aimed to create a poetics of cinema. Mostrecently, the first essay in Poetics of Cinema is my attempt to sumup what I’m aiming to accomplish in the study of film. In sum, if anyoneis tempted to take what I wrote in CHC as definitive, or as my finalthoughts, I urge them to turn to my later work. I’ve learned a few thingssince 1985.

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In this bibliography, Hamilton and Block review nearly five hundred books, essays, reference works, and book chapters on American cinema published between 1915 and 2001 that focus on racial, ethnic, and national representations on film.

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"Race, Gender and Psychoanalysis in Forties Film: Lost Boundaries, Home of the Brave and The Quiet One." In: Black American cinema / edited by Manthia Diawara.