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Chinese Animation : A History and Filmography, 1922-2012

Chinese Animation : A History and Filmography, 1922-2012

Auteur

GIESEN Rolf


Editeur

MACFARLAND & COMPANY INC

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Paru le : 01 Février 2015
Pages : 208
EAN 13 : 9780786459773

Résumé
With an output of 250,000 minutes annually, and with 8,000 producers and production units around, the Chinese are leading the field of animated films. It is almost impossible to completely cover ninety years of filmmaking, this guide provides a comprehensible introduction to the industry's infancy, its Golden Age (Shanghai Animation Film Studio) and today's Chinese animation (in feature films, television series, and students films). There are classics such as Princess Iron Fan (made at the time of the Japanese occupation) and the colour Havoc in Heaven, both starring the Monkey King Sun Wukong, as well as the TV stars (Blue Cat, Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf) and many almost unknown works by young filmmakers who are not focusing on a target audience of children (like so much of the industry output).


About the Author

Rolf Giesen is a visiting professor at the Animation School of the Communication University of China in Beijing. He has worked with special effects artists Albert Whitlock and Roland Emmerich, compiled a special effects collection for Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin, and has co-written several animation features. He is president of Jilin Animation, Comics and Games Museum in Changchun, China.

Table of Contents:

1. The 1920s: The Wan Brothers and the Origin of Shanghai Animation
2. The 1930s: Japanese Invaders and the Dancing Camel
3. The 1940s: Shanghai, Changchun and Back
4. The 1950s: The Classic Period - Watercolors, Cut-Paper, Origami, and the Puppet Animation
5. The 1960s: Havoc and the Cultural Revolution
6. The 1970s: The Aftermath of Cultural Revolution
7. The 1980s: Reform Period, Transitional Stage and Decline
8. The 1990s: The End of Shanghai Animtion Studio's Monopoly
9. 2000 and On: Relaunching Animation in China
- The Animated Series
- The Animated Feature Films
- Education in Animation
- Selected Students' Work and Short Films
- Selected Animated Science and Educational Films
- Selected Animated Commercials
- Mobile Content and Webtoons: A World in Flash Animation
- Selected Mobile Animation
- Selected Webtoons

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