Film in contemporary Southeast Asia : cultural interpretation and social intervention / edited by David C.L. Lim and Hiroyuki Yamamoto
- Media, culture and social change in Asia ; 27
- Introduction: Southeast Asian film as a site of cultural interpretation and social intervention / David C. L. Lim -- From contested histories to ethnic tourism: cinematic representations of shans and shanland on the Burmese silver screen / Jane M. Ferguson -- Toward a Laotian independent cinema? / Panivong Norindr -- Screening the crisis of monetary masculinity in Rithy Panh's One night after the war and burnt theater / Boreth Ly -- When memories collide: revisiting war in Vietnam and the diaspora / Vo Hong Chuong-Dai -- Malay(sian) patriotic films as racial crisis and intervention / David C.L. Lim -- "Our people": telemovies, bangsa and nationalism 3.0 in Sabah, Malaysia / Hiroyuki Yamamoto -- The hero in passage: the Chinese and the activist youth in Riri Riza's Gie / Abidin Kusno -- Alternative vision in neoliberal Singapore: memories, places, and voices in the films of Tan Pin Pin / Kenneth Paul Tan -- Documentary filmmaking, civil activism, and the new media in Singapore: the case of Martyn See as citizen journalist / Yasuko Hassall Kobayashi -- Cinema and state in crisis: political film collectives and people's struggle in the Philippines / Rolando B. Tolentino -- Nostalgic parodies and migrant ironies in two Thai comedy films / Pattana Kitiarsa.
- 9780415617635 (hbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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