Chinese Cinema: To and Beyond Hollywood

Event time: 
Friday, April 15, 2016 - 9:00am
Whitney Humanities Center, Room 208 See map
53 Wall Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Event description: 
Friday, April 15
Room 208
9:00am Welcome: Dudley Andrew, Ron Gregg
9:05am Ying Zhu: Back to the Future: Tracing Chinese Cinema in the era of IP and Sino- Hollywood Cooptation
9:30-10:15am Jason McGrath: Shanghai-Hollywood 1930s 10:15-12:00pm The Modernization of Chinese Cinema
a. Pei Yali: Woman Basketball Player #5; China and Hollywood
b. Jinying Li: Platform, Property and Ownership: The Rise of IP Cinema in China
c. Xiao Liu: Cinema of Liminality: The Reconstruction of the Horror Genre in the 1980s
12:00-1:00pm Lunch Break
1:00-2:45pm Chinese Film and Hollywood in the 21st Century
a. Aynne Kokas: Whispers in the Gallery: The Strategic Narratives of Sino-US Media Industry Forums
b. Yuan Jinghua: Hua and Huallywood: Reflections on the naming and development of Chinese cinemas
c. Hodan Osman Abdi: Huallywood: Global Aspiration for Chinese Cinema
3:00-4:45pm Chinese Cinema Emerges on the Global Stage
a. Jiwei Xiao: Ang Lee, Eileen Chang, Two Chinese Emigrees to the US
b. Zoe Jiang: Martial Arts and Time in Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s The Assassin
c. Michael Berry: Chinese Cinema with Hollywood Characteristics
5:00-5:45pm Roundtable on Global aesthetics and Chinese genres Ying Zhu, Dudley Andrew, Ron Gregg