The Film Industry in Communist China

The Film Industry in Communist China

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The monograph deals with the development of a centralized movie industry in Communist China. A brief review is given of the state of movie industry in pre-Communist China. Then a detailed description of the Communist nationalization of the movie industry is given. A network of movie showing was quickly established under the Communist leadership. Movie attendance went up slowly over the years but most of the growth was due to organizational effort rather than voluntary attendance. The Communists selectively imported and censored foreign films. As to the domestic film industry, the regime still faces the problem of producing an adequate number of high-quality feature films. The problem of producing films appealing to the peasantry is especially serious. (Author).Some 8, 200 peasants have read Chairman Maoa#39;s books from the a#39;mobile book librarya#39;; 2, 900 people have seen the ... 140 pots and buckets have been repaired and welded; and the team comrades became voluntary barbers during the busyanbsp;...


Title:The Film Industry in Communist China
Author: Alan P. L. Liu
Publisher: - 1965
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