Im Kwon-taek: the making of a korean national cinema/ edited by David E.
James and Kyung Hyun Kim. Wayne State University Press, 2002.
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From: "Lisa Kernan" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2003 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: Cultural/social film theory???
> A recent book that should fit the bill is:
> Lee, Hyangjin. Contemporary Korean Cinema: Identity, Culture, and
> Politics / Hyangjin Lee. Manchester; New York : Manchester University
> Press; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2000.
> On Thu, 3 Apr 2003 08:40:24 -0800 Leslie Kay Swigart
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Dear Screen-L'ers:
> > I am trying to assist a student who emailed a request: "I am writing
> > about Im Kwon-Taek and I would like to support that he uses film
> > as cultural preservation and social criticism. Can you recommend a
> good > academic book that contains film theory with cultural/socia
> issue?" >
> > So, my question is: What books (or articles) would you suggest that
> > *best* deal with these issues, either in general, or with Korean
> film, > or with Im Kwon-Taek specificially?
> > > I will be showing the student to the use of _FIlm Literature Index_
> and > _International Index to Film Periodicals_ to conduct a literature
> review > and how to find the materials in our library or outside of it,
> but I > need your advice (not being a theorist myself) as to the
> particular > critics or works best suited. > > Thanks!
> > > Leslie Kay > > --
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