A hundred years of Japanese film : a concise history, with a selective guide to DVDs and videos

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Full title: A hundred years of Japanese film : a concise history, with a selective guide to DVDs and videos / Donald Richie ; foreword by Paul Schrader.
Main author: Richie, Donald, 1924-2013.
Format: Book           
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.


Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / Paul Schrader
  • A concise history of Japanese
  • Beginnings and the Benshi
  • Film, theater, and actors
  • Realism and reality
  • Western influences
  • Shingeki and new narrative tactics
  • The gendaigeki
  • Taisho democracy and Shochiku
  • The new gendaigeki: Shimazu, Gosho, Shimizu, Ozu, and Naruse
  • The new jidaigeki: Itami, Inagaki, Ito, and Yamanaka Sadao
  • Nikkatsu and the shimpa: Mizoguchi Kenji
  • Expressionism, Kinugasa Teinosuke, and the Leftist film
  • Criticism and crackdown: World War II
  • The occupation of Japan
  • Postwar developments
  • Ozu and Naruse
  • Mizoguchi and the period-film == New means: jun-bungaku, comedy, and social issues
  • The advent of television and the film's defenses: Suzuki, Nakahira, Kawashima, and Imamura
  • The early independents: Hani and Teshigahara
  • The "New Wave": Oshima, Yoshida, and Shinoda
  • After the Wave
  • Making audiences
  • Japanese sources of videos and DVDs
  • Japanese historical periods.