ltea120-syllabus - LTEA 120B Cinema Taiwan From 1895 to...

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LTEA 120B Cinema Taiwan: From 1895 to 2010 Collective Screening Time: W 7-9:50pm Screening Room: CENTR 113 Instructor: Ping-hui Liao (Office: Lit 443) Office hours: W 1-3pm, Th 2-3, and by appointment Email: [email protected] Office phone no.: 858-534-2706 Objective/Requirements: The class is an introduction to Taiwan cinema, its rise in the local, regional, national, and international stage. We will examine the multifaceted dimensions of aesthetics and politics as revealed in the films from the Japanese period to post-colonial or post-modern phase. Ten films will be chosen to illustrate the evolution of Taiwan cinema in terms of camera work, film genre, narrative technique, language policy, state ideology, trans-regional influences, among other themes. The film directors represent a rich diversity of Taiwanese elite or popular culture; they range from Ho Hui-kuang to Li Hsin, Wang Tung, Edward Yang, and several others. Class requirements include readings and screenings, group presentations, four short commentaries, one term paper, and a final exam. Grading policy:
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course LTEA 120b taught by Professor Zhang,y during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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