Cinema Ásia

Cinema Ásia

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HOSKINS, C.; MIRUS, R. Reasons for the US dominance of the international trade in television programmes. Media, Culture and Society, vol. 10:4, 1988.

HUH, Moon-Yung. For greater and deeper dialogue: reflections on the cultural significance of co-production. In: Rediscovering Asian Cinema Network: the decades of co-production between Korea and Hong Kong. Busan: Hermes, 2004.

JAMES, D. E. Preface. In: DAVID, E. J.; KYUNG, H. K. (Orgs.). Im kwon taek: Korean national cinema. Detroit: Wayne State Uni. Press, 2002.

KAKUCHI, Suvendrini. Japan: simply irresistible “yonsama” helps cool bilateral tensions. Inter Press Service News Agency, 10 dez. 2005.

KIM, Hawon. Official launch of AFIN and implications for asian regional cooperation. Korean Film Observatory, n.17, 2005.

KIM, Soyoung. From cine-mania to blockbusters and trans-cinema: reflections on recent south korean cinema. In: VITALI, V.; WILLEMAN, P. (Orgs.). Theorising National Cinema. Londres: BFI, 2006.

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LEE, Hyangjin. Chunhyang: marketing an old tradition in new korean cinema. In: SHIN, Chin-Yun; STRINGER, Julian (Orgs.) New korean cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Uni. Press, 2005.

LEE, Hyangjin. Contemporary korean cinema: identity, culture and politics. Manchester: Manchester Uni. Press, 2000.

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NOH, Jean. Pan-asian production power. Screen International, 12 mai. 2006.

PAQUET, Darcy. Netizen funds, 2002. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 2 set. 2006.

PAQUET, Darcy. The korean film industry: 1992 to the present. In: SHIN, Chi-Yun; STRINGER, Julian (Orgs.). New korean cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Uni. Press, 2005.

PARK, S. H. Film censorship and political legitimation in south Korea, 1987-1992. Cinema Journal, v. 42:1, 2002.

PARK, S. H. Structural transformation of the korean film industry, 1988-1993. Asian cinema, vol. 11:1, 2000.

ROBINSON, Michael. Contemporary cultural production in south Korea: vanishing meta-narratives of nation. In: SHIN, Chi-Yun; STRINGER, Julian (Orgs.). New korean cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Uni. Press, 2005.

SHIM, Doobo. Hybridity and the rise of korean popular culture in Asia. Media, culture and society, vol. 28:1, 2006.

SHIN, Jeeyoung. Globalisation and new korean cinema. In: SHIN, Chi-Yun; STRINGER, Julian (Orgs.). New korean cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Uni. Press, 2005.

STANDISH, Isolde. Korean cinema and the new realism. In: DISSANAYAKE, W. (Org.). Colonialism and nationalism in asian cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994.


CAVE, M.; NAKAMURA, K. (Orgs.). Digital broadcasting: policy and practice in the Americas, Europe and Japan. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2006.

FOCUS. World film market trends. Cannes Film Festival 2006, p. 51.

FRANSMAN, Martin (Org.). Global broadband battles: why the U.S. and Europe lag while Asia leads. Stanford: Stanford Business Books, 2006.

FRATER, Patrick. Variety Online, 4 out. 2006.

GRAY, Jason. Screen Daily, 14 dez. 2006.

GRAY, Jason. Screen Daily, 26 out. 2006a.

GRAY, Jason. Screen Daily, 24 mai. 2006b.

Jetro Economic Monthly, jun. 2005.

KAY, Jeremy. Screen Daily, 6 abr. 2005.

KAWAMOTO, Mamiko. Screen Daily, 24 fev. 2003.

KAWAMOTO, Mamiko. Screen Daily, 16 jun. 2005.

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SCHILLING, Mark. Screen Daily, 3 mai. 2000.

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SCHILLING, Mark. Screen International, 18 fev. 2005.

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SCHILLING, Mark. Variety, 28 dez. 2006a.

SCHILLING, Mark. Variety Online, 28 jun. 2006b.

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SCHILLING, Mark. Variety Online, 30 abr. 2006h.

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BOSE, Derek. Brand Bollywood: a new global entertainment order. Londres: Sage Publications, 2006.

BOSE, Derek. Bollywood uncensored: what you don’t see on screen and why. New Delhi: Rupa, 2006.

BOSE, Derek. Everybody wants a hit: 10 mantras of success in Bollywood cinema. Mumbai: Jaico Publishing House, 2006.

BOSE, Derek. Bollywood unplugged. Mumbai: Frog Books, 2004.

Sites de referência

INDIAN MOTION PICTURES – Association of Indian Motion Pictures and TV
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CBFC – Central Board of Film Certification. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

CII – Confederation of Indian Industry. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

FICCI – Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

F&TII – Film and Television Institute of India. Disponível em: <http://www.ftiindia. com/>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

FILMS DIVISION OF INDIA. Disponível em:>. Acesso em: mai. 2007

FTPG – Film and Television Producers Guild of India. Disponível em:>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

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NASSCOM MCKINSEY. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

NFAI – National Film Archive of India. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

NFDC – National Film Development Corporation. Disponível em: <www.nfdcindia. com/>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

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TRAI – Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: mai. 2007.

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BRENT, Willie. Chinese wary of WTO entry. Variety, n. 7, abr. 2000.

CALKINS, M. L. Censorship in Chinese cinema. Comm/Ent 21, n. 2, 1999.

CHINA AND AFRICA, 2002. Imported films : disaster or rebirth for the Chinese Film Industry? Disponível em: <–20024.htm>. Acesso em: 20 jun. 2002.

DIORIO, C.; GROVES, D. Studios water overseas markets: Warners seeds China; UCI grows Euro garden. Variety, 29 jul. e 4 ago. 2002.

GROVES, Don. H’wood hopes for huge haul from Great Wall. Variety, 18/24 jun., 2001.

GROVES, Don. Shanghai breaks through. Variety, 18 e 24 mar. 2002a.

GROVES, Don. Distribs unspool split screen. Variety, 4 e 10 fev. 2002b.

JONES, Arthur. Exhibs dubious about new regs. Variety, 4 e 10 fev. 2002c.

KING, R. T. The video compact disc market in China, 1999a. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 29 dez. 2001.

KING, R. T. The film industry in China, 1999b. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 5 jul. 2002.

LEE, Chin-Chuan. The global and the national of the chinese media: discourses, market, technology, and ideology. In: LEE, Chin-Chuan. Chinese media, global contexts. Londres/Nova York: Routledge, 2003.

LIU, X.; LEE, Z. WTO yu zhong guo wen hua/ WTO and Chinese culture. Guangzhou, Guangdong, China: Guangdong Jin-Ji Chu Ban She, 2000.

LIU, Yu-Zhu. Wen hua shi chang shi wu quan shu/ Overview of cultural market practice. Beijing: Xinhwa, 1999.

PALMER, Augusta. BIZ: taming the dragon. Part II: two approaches to China’s film market. Indiewire, 8 dez. 2000. Disponível em:–ChinesePartII.html>. Acesso em: 28 dez. 2001.

PARKES, C. Hollywood changes tack and gets in on the China act: the entertainment industry sees WTO membership and normalising of trade relations with the people’s republic as the way to get into the last great untapped market. Financial Times, 28 mar. 2004.

PEOPLE’S DAILY ONLINE. Foreign investors rush to Chinese silver screen. Disponível em: <>.
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PEOPLE’S DAILY ONLINE. IMAX moves to Shanghai, large screen to entertain chinese. 28 jun. 2002. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 9 jul. 2002.

PEOPLE’S DAILY ONLINE. State Radio, Film and Television Conglomerate Established. Disponível em: <>.
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RICHARDSON, B. J. Assessment of the economic effects on the United States of China’s accession to the WTO. ITC Investigation, n. 322-403, 23 fev. Disponível em:>. Acesso em: 10 jul. 2002.

THE FINANCIAL TIMES. China – ought to be in (Chinese) pictures: film market to open after WTO entry, 10 out. 2000.

THE PRC RADIO AND TELEVISION ASSOCIATION. Zhong guo guang buo yin shi faguei zheng che shi yong sho ce/The PRC radio, film, and television regulations and policies: a practical manual. Beijing: The PRC Radio and TV publications, 1996.

THOMAS, A.; O’BRIEN, S. Global film: exhibition & distribution. London: Informa Media Group, 2001.

WU, N. H. Mutíplexes eat up B.O. Variety, 24 e 30 jun. 2002.

WU, Xianggui: The Chinese Film Industry since 1997. Dissertação Ph.D. apresentada a University of Oregon, 1992.

YIE, Hui-Lin. Rushi yu zhishi changquan baohu/ WTO and intellectual property rights protection. Shanghai: Shi-Jie Tu-Shu, 2001.


AMIN, Ash. Post-Fordism: a reader. Oxford: Blackwell, 1994.

ASKOY, A.; ROBINS, K. Hollywood for the 21st century: global competition for critical mass in image markets. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 16, 1992.

BILTON, Chris. The new adhocracy-strategy, risk and the small creative firm. Centre for the study of cultural policy. University of Warwick, UK. 1999.

BIÖRKEGREN, Dag. The culture business: management strategies for the art-related business. London and New York: Routledge, 1996.

BLAIR, H.; RAINNIE, A. Flexible films. Media, Culture & Society, vol. 22. Londres: Sage, 2000.

CCA – Taiwan Cinema Notes. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 20 dez. 2006.

CHIA-LUNG, Lin. Taiwan’s media reform: objectives and strategy, 2004. Government Information Office. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 3 jan. 2007.

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GOVERNMENT INFORMATION OFFICE, 2006a. Taiwan Cinema Year Book 2005, Taipei. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 3 jan. 2007.

GOVERNMENT INFORMATION OFFICE, 2006b. Film Industry Report. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 3 jan. 2007.

HANDY, Charles. The empty raincoat: making sense of the future. Londres: Hutchison, 1994.

LEE, Tain-Dow. The international forum on creative production and global marketing for chinese films. Taipei: Government Information Office, 2004.

LIN. Survey of the economy of audiovisual industry in Taiwan. Taipei: Self-published, 2003.

LU, Fei-I. Survey of movie going pattern & film exhibition industry in Taiwan: 1980- 1999. Research Report, National Science Council, Taipei, 2004.

NOLAN, P.; O’DONNELL, K. Restructuring and the politics of renewal: the limits of flexible specialization. In: POLLERT, A. (Org.). Farewell to flexibility? Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991.

PIORE, M.; SABEL, C. The second industrial divide: possibilities for prosperity. Nova York: Basic Books, 1984.

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STORPER, M. The transition to flexible specialization in the US film industry: external economies, the division of labor and the crossing the industrial divides. In: AMIN, Ash (ed.). Post-Fordism: a reader. Oxford: Blackwell, 1994.

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WEI. The cultural and economic significance of Taiwan new cinema. Tese de Doutoramento em Communication and Media Studies, pela Loughborough University, Londres, 1998.

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Hong Kong

ADLER, Tim. International film. Screen Finance, 29 mar. 2002.

ANG, Swee Hoon. The influence of physical, beneficial and image properties on responses to parallel imports. International Marketing Review, 2000.

An open letter to members of the Legislative Council regarding the order to amend the serious and Organized Crimes Ordinance, 16 dez. 1999.

BURPEE, Geoff. Import law hits stores in H.K.; labels laud restrictions on parallel sales. Billboard, 109, n. 32, 9 ago., 1997a.

BURPEE, Geoff. Rights confusion in Hong Kong: parallel imports are the central issue. Billboard, 109, n.16, 19 abr., 1997b.

BURPEE, Geoff; MCLURE, Steve. Parallel import fight rages in Hong Kong. Billboard, 108, n. 43, 26 out., 1996.

CHUNG, Winnie. H.K. Exhibitor lark intl. bows distrib’n unit. The Hollywood Reporter, 19 abr., 2002.

CURTIN, Michael. The future of Chinese cinema: some lessons from Hong Kong and Taiwan. Chinese Media, Global Contexts, Chin-Chuan Lee. Londres e Nova York: Routledge, 2003.

DAVISON, M. J. Parallel importing of copyright material in a digital age: why it should be lawful and why it may never be. Federal Law Review, 25, n. 2, 1997.

FULLER, Chris. Copyright violations. Billboard, 112, n. 12, 18 mar., 2000.
KAN, Wendy. Players. Variety, 29 abr. e 5 mai., p. A4, 2002.

LI, Cheuk-to. Popular cinema in Hong Kong. In: SMITH, G. N. The Oxford history of world cinema. Nova York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

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MOK, Davena. China admits to rampant piracy. Billboard, 112, n. 13, 25 mar., 2004.

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MORR, Alison. Hong Kong’s copyright ordinance: how the ban on parallel imports affects the U.S. entertainment industry and Hong Kong’s free market. Comm/Ent, 21, n. 2, 1999.

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STOKES, L. O.; HOOVER, M. City on fire: Hong Kong cinema. Londres e Nova York: Verso, 1999.

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