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Southeast Asia on Screen: From Independence to Financial Crisis (1945-1998)
edited by Mary Ainslie, Thomas Barker and Gaik Cheng Khoo
Amsterdam University Press, 2020
eISBN: 978-90-485-4190-4

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
After the end of World War II when many Southeast Asian nations gained national independence, and up until the Asian Financial Crisis, film industries here had distinctive and colourful histories shaped by unique national and domestic conditions. Southeast Asia on Screen: From Independence to Financial Crisis (1945-1998) addresses the similar themes, histories, trends, technologies and sociopolitical events that have moulded the art and industry of film in this region, identifying the unique characteristics that continue to shape cinema, spectatorship and Southeast Asian filmmaking in the present and the future. Bringing together scholars across the region, chapters explore the conditions that have given rise to today’s burgeoning Southeast Asian cinemas as well as the gaps that manifest as temporal belatedn

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