★ Cinema of Asia
Asian cinema refers to the film industry and films produced on the Asian continent, and is also sometimes known as Eastern cinema. More often, however, it is most often used to refer to the cinema of Eastern, southeastern and southern Asia. West Asian cinema is sometimes classified as part of middle Eastern cinema, alongside the cinema of Egypt. Cinema of Central Asia are often grouped with the Middle East or, in the past, film in the Soviet Union in the era of Soviet Central Asia. North Asia is dominated by Siberian Russian cinema, and is therefore considered part of the European cinema.
East Asian cinema characteristic of Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea, including the Japanese anime industry and the militants of Hong Kong. South Asian movie typical cinema India, cinema of Pakistan, including Punjabi and Urdu cinema in Bangladesh for Bengali cinema and cinema of Nepal. Southeast Asian cinema typical movie Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries of South-East Asia. Cinema of Central Asia and southern Caucasus is characterized Iranian cinema and the cinema of Tajikistan. West Asian cinema is characterized by Arab cinema, Iranian cinema, Israeli cinema, Jewish cinema, and Turkish cinema.
1.1. History. Precursors of film. (Прекурсоров фильм)
In 5.200-year-old earthen bowl found in Shahr-I Sohta, Iran, five images of a goat painted along the sides. It is considered an example of early animation.
MO-ti, a Chinese philosopher who lived around 500 BC, reflecting on the phenomenon of inverted light from the outside world beaming through a small hole in the opposite wall in a darkened room. Shadow plays first appeared during the Han dynasty and later gain popularity across Asia. About 180 g, 丁緩 ting Huan to create an elementary Zoetrope in China.
In 1021, Alhazen, an Iraqi scientist, experimented with the same optical principle described by MO-ti, and wrote about the results in his book on optics, which provided the first clear description and correct analysis of the camera obscura. His lamp experiment where several different light sources located in a large area, was the first to successfully project image from Open to closed screen with camera obscura.
1.2. History. The silent film era. (Эпоха немого кино)
The first short films from Asia were produced in the 1890-ies. The first short films produced in Japan were bake Jizo the Ghost and Shinin St resurrection of the dead, both from 1898. The first Indian short film was produced in 1898, the flower of Persia, directed by Hiralal sen.
In the early 1900s, the Israeli silent movies were shown in sheds, cafes and other temporary structures. In 1905, Lorenz opened a café on Jaffa street in the Jewish quarter of Neve Tzedek. In 1909, the Lorenz family began screening movies in the cafe. In 1925 the Kessem cinema was housed there for a short time. The first feature of East Asian film was Japans the life story of Shiobara Tasca 1912. It was followed by Indias first feature-length silent movie, in time part of the drama Raja Harishchandra 1913 Dadasaheb Phalke, considered the father of Indian cinema. By the next decade, the output of Indian cinema was an average of 27 films per year. On the other hand, in the Philippines, the first film produced and made in the Philippines La Vida de Jose rizal in 1912 Eduard Meyer wholesale. Jose Nepomuceno, bought my first equipment with the albert Yarsley and Edward Meyer gross on may 15, 1917, and for the next two years, Nepomuceno practiced using the equipment in preparation for the first local production of the feature film of the Philippines. The first local film production in the Philippines Dalagang Bukid. The film was released with English, Spanish, and Tagalog subtitles. During its Theatrical run, leading actress Atang de La Rama had to sing Nabasag Ang Banga song, which is part of the film for each screening of the film in Manila, along with three others playing violin, Cornet and piano
In the 1920-ies, the newborn Soviet cinema was the most radically innovative. No, the craft of editing, especially, surged forward, going beyond its previous role in the development of the plot. Sergei Eisenstein perfected the technique of so-called dialectical or intellectual montage, which strove to make nonlinear, often violently clashing, images Express ideas and provoke emotional and intellectual reactions in the viewer.
Jewish cinema, in particular, Ashkenazi Jewish theatre, made his mark, starting with the 1930-ies. More than 100 films in Yiddish, although many are now lost. Famous films included Shulamith 1931, the first Yiddish musical on film his wifes lover, 1931, the daughter of his people 1932 anti-Nazi film the wandering Jew 1933, the Yiddish King Lear 1934, 1935 Shir HaShirim, the largest Yiddish film hit of all time and Yidl Mitn Fidl 1936, wheres my baby? 1937, green fields, 1937 Dybuk singing blacksmith, 1938, 1939 Teva, Mirele Efros 1939, lang ist der Weg 1948, and God, Man and the Devil, 1950. In addition, the films of the Marx brothers, Mel Brooks and woody Allen left a lasting mark in cinema.
1.3. History. In the early sound era. (В начале звуковой эры)
Sound films were produced in Asia in the 1930-ies. Notable early talkies from the cinema of Japan included Kenji Mizoguchis sisters of gion is not a van SIMA, 1936, "Osaka Elegy" 1936, and the story of the last chrysanthemums 1939, along with Sadao Yamanakas humanity and paper balloons 1937 and Mikio Naruses wife, be like a rose! TsUMa yo bara no Yoni, 1935, which was one of the first Japanese films, but to get a theatrical release in the US, with increasing censorship, the left tendency films of Directors such as Daisuke ito also began to come under attack. There were a few Japanese sound shorts made in the 1920-ies and 1930-ies, but the first full-length Japan walkie talkie was Fujiwara Yoshie no Furusato 1930, which is used by the system is a Mine radio. In 1935, Yasujirō ozu, as directed by the hotel in Tokyo, considered a precursor of the genre of neorealism.
Ardeshir Irani released Alam Ara, the first Indian talking film, on 14 March 1931. After the creation of the talkies in India some film stars were highly sought after and earned comfortable incomes through acting. As sound technology advanced the 1930s years saw the rise of music in Indian cinema with musicals such as Indra Sabha and Devi Devyani marking the beginning of the song-and-dance in Indias films. Studios appeared in major cities such as Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai as filmmaking became an established in 1935, as evidenced by the success of Devdas, which had managed to enthrall viewers across the country.
1.4. History. The Golden Age. (Золотой Век)
After the Second world war in mid-1940-ies, the period from the late 1940s to the 1960s as a Golden age of Asian cinema. Many of the most critically acclaimed Asian films of all times and peoples was produced during this period, including Yasujirō Ozus late spring of 1949, Tokyo story 1953, Akira Kurosawas rashomon in 1950, Ikiru 1952, 1954, Seven samurai and throne of blood 1957, Kenji Mizoguchis the life of Oharu 1952, 1954 sansho the bailiff 1954 and others, Satyajit rays APU trilogy 1955-1959, the music room, 1958, 1964 Charulata, guru Dutts thirst for 1957 and 1959 Kaagaz ke pool, and FEI Mus Spring in a small town 1948, Raj Kapoors Awaara 1951, Mikio Naruses floating clouds 1955, the Mehboob khans mother India 1957, and Ritwik Ghataks Subarnarekha 1962.
Japanese cinemas "Golden age" 1950-ies and 1960-ies, successful films included rashomon 1950 the Seven samurai 1954, the hidden fortress 1958 Akira Kurosawa and Yasujirō Ozus story Tokyo 1953 and Ishirō Hondas Godzilla in 1954. These films had a profound influence on world cinema. In particular, Kurosawas Seven samurai has been remade several times as Western films such as "the Magnificent seven" in 1960 and Battle beyond the stars 1980, and has also inspired several bollywood films such as revenge and the law 1975 and China gate 1998. Rashomon was also remade as the outrage 1964, and inspired films with "rashomon effect" storytelling methods, such as Andha naal 1954, the Usual suspects 1995 and Hero of 2002. The hidden fortress was also the inspiration behind George Lucas "Star wars" 1977. Japanese New wave began in the late 1950s, and continued in the 1960-ies. Other famous Japanese filmmakers from this period include Kenji Mizoguchi, Mikio Naruse, Hiroshi Inagaki and Nagisa Oshima. Japanese cinema later became one of the main masterminds behind the new Hollywood movement of the 1960s to the 1980s years.
Indian cinemas "Golden age" 1950-ies and 1960-ies it produces 200 films annually, while Indian independent films have received wide acclaim in international film festivals. One of the most famous was the APU trilogy 1955-1959 with the critically acclaimed Bengali film Director Satyajit ray, whose films had a profound influence on world cinema with such Directors as Akira Kurosawa, Martin Scorsese, James ivory, Abbas Kiarostami, Elia Kazan, françois Truffaut, Steven Spielberg, Carlos Saura, Jean-Luc Godard, Isao Takahata, Gregory Nava, Ira Sachs, Wes Anderson and Danny Boyle have been influenced by his cinematic style. According to Michael Sragow the Atlantic monthly, the "youthful coming-of-age dramas that have flooded art houses since the mid-fifties owe a tremendous debt to the APU trilogy". Technique Subrata Mitras cinematographic bounce lighting also originates from the APU trilogy. Satyajit rays success has led to the creation of a parallel cinema movement which was at its peak in the 1950-ies and 1960-ies. Other famous Indian filmmakers from this period include guru Dutt, Ritwik Ghatak, Mrinal sen, Bimal Roy, K. Asif and Mehboob Khan.
Movie China experienced a Golden age in the late 1940-ies. In 1946, Cai Chushen returned to Shanghai to revive the Lianhua name as the "Lianhua film society". This in turn became Kunlun studios which would go on to become one of the most important Chinese studios of the era, displaying the classics, myriad of lights 1948 the spring river flows East 1947, and crows and sparrows, 1949. Wenhuas romantic drama Spring in a small town 1948, a film by Director FEI mu shortly before the revolution, are often considered by Chinese film critics as one of the most important films in the history of Chinese cinema, with his name at the Hong Kong film awards in 2004 as the greatest Chinese film ever made.
Movie Malaysia also had its Golden age in the postwar period of the 1950-ies and 1960-ies. This period is characterized by the introduction of the Studio system of filmmaking in Malaysia and the flow of influences from Hollywood, the new Cinema of Hong Kong, and, in particular, Indian and Japanese film industry, who themselves are experiencing a Golden age.
Cinema of South Korea also in the "Golden age" in the late 1950-ies and 1960-ies, beginning with Director Lee Kyu-hwans tremendously successful remake of Chunhyang-Jon 1955. This year also saw the release of Yangsan province by the famous Director Kim Ki-young, marking the beginning of his productive career. As the quality and quantity of production increased sharply by the end of 1950-ies. South Korean films such as Lee Beng-ILS 1956 Comedy Sijibganeun cash the day of the wedding and began to win international awards. In contrast to the early 1950-ies, when were made during the year only 5 movies 111 movies were released in South Korea in 1959. In 1960, the production of Kim Ki-youngs the housemaid and Yu Hyun-MOX aimless bullet, which was listed among the best Korean films ever made.
In the late 1950-ies and 1960-ies was also a Golden age for Philippine cinema, with the emergence of more artistic and Mature films, and significant improvement in cinematic techniques among filmmakers. The Studio produced frenetic activity in the local film industry as many films were made annually and several local talents to get recognition abroad. One such honor was awarded in the immortal movie Manuel Condes Genghis Khan 1950, when he was accepted for screening at the 13th Venice film festival. Other awards include Gerardo de Leons "Ifugao" 1954 and Lamberto hazelnut "Anak dalita". By the end of the decade of Philippine cinema has become a major force in the Asian region. The premiere Philippine Directors of the era included Gerardo de Leon, Gregorio Fernandez, Eddie Romero, L. Avellana, and Cirio Santiago.
The 1960s years are often referred to as the Golden age of Pakistani cinema. Many stars were introduced in this period of time and became legends on the silver screen. As black-and-white became obsolete, Pakistan saw its first colour films, the first of which DILS Munshi Azra in early 1960s, years, Zaheer Rehans Sangam first feature-length color film in 1964, and the Small first color version of the film. In 1961, the film Bombay servant was released, based on the city of Bombay, in neighboring India, as a result of growing tension between the Nations. In 1962, Shaheed Martyr spoke of the Palestinian question on the silver screen and became a hit, which leads to a change of the current in the attitude of the filmmakers.
In the 1960-ies was the "Golden age" of Cambodian cinema. Were launched several production companies and cinemas built across the country. More than 300 films shot in Cambodia in the era. A number of Khmer-language films were well received in the countries neougbouring at the time. Among the classic films from Cambodia in this period were Lea Haey Duong goodbye Gift and POS Keng Kang snake, the wives of the kings by tea lim kun and Sabbseth, and Euil Srey is Khmer after Angkor ly bun Yim groups.
A number of Jewish businessmen in the American film industry is substantial: Samuel Goldwyn, Louis B. Mayer, the Warner brothers, David O. Selznick, Marcus Loew, and Adolph Zukor, Fox, and so on. More specifically Jewish sensibility can be seen in the films of the Marx brothers, Mel Brooks, woody Allen, and other examples of specifically Jewish films from the Hollywood film industry a vehicle for Barbra Streisands "Yentl" in 1983, and John Frankenheimers the fixer 1968. In 1966, 2.6 million Israelis went to the cinema more than 50 million times. Since 1968, when it started television broadcasting, theaters began to close, first on the periphery, then in the major cities. 330 standalone theaters were torn down or converted into multiplexes.
1.5. History. The modern era. (Современную эпоху)
In the late 60s and early 70s, Japanese filmmakers began to seriously affected by the collapse of the Studio system. As for Japanese cinema fell into a period of relative low visibility, the cinema of Hong Kong entered a dramatic Renaissance of its own, largely a side effect of the development UNL mix of action, history, and spiritual problems. Appeared in Hong Kong in this time, several major figures - perhaps the most famous, king Hu, whose come Drink with me 1966 was a key influence on many subsequent cinematic events in Hong Kong. Shortly thereafter, the American-born Bruce Lee became a global icon in the 1970-ies.
Since 1969, the Iranian New wave led to the growth of Iranian cinema, which later came to international recognition in the 1980s and 1990s years. The most notable figures of the Iranian New wave, Abbas Kiarostami, Jafar Panahi, Majid Majidi, Bahram Beizai, Darius Mehrjui, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Massoud Kimiay, the Sohrab Shahid sales, Parviz Kimiavi, Samira Makhmalbaf and Amir Naderi, Abolfazl Jalili and. Features of new wave Iranian film, in particular the work of Kiarostami, have been classified by some as postmodern.
The 1970s also saw the creation of Bangladeshi cinema after independence in 1971. One of the first films produced in Bangladesh after independence was Titash of Ekti Nadir Naam, a river called TITAS 1973, a famous film Director Ritwik Ghatak, whose growth in Bengali cinema is comparable to Satyajit ray and Mrinal Saint. another great film of Bangladesh Lathial MITAS striker, was one of the best films of the year 1975. Lathial received the first National award as best film, and Mitu received the first National award as Best Director.
Movie India, 1970-e years have seen a decline in parallel cinema and the rise of commercial Hindi cinema in the form of strong masala films, a genre largely the pioneers of the screenwriter Duo Salim-Javed, with films such as Mumbai underworld crime drama Deewaar 1975 "curry Western" film sholay 1975, which solidified Amitabh Bachchans position as a lead actor. Commercial cinema continued to grow over the 1980-ies and 1990-ies with the release of films such as Mr India 1987, 1988 GP of the Quran. Of the Quran. so, the profile tezaab 1988, 1989 Chandni, Maine full profile to pyar Kiya 1989 than in 1993, Darr 1993, hum Aapke Hain Koun!. 1994 and the films dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, the 1995. By this time the term "bollywood" was coined to describe the Hindi-language Bombay now Mumbai film industry. The most successful Indian actors between the 1990s and 2010s years Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan.
In the 1980-ies Japanese movie based on the rise of independent filmmaking and the success of anime - began to make something of an International comeback. At the same time, the new post-Mao generation of Chinese filmmakers began to gain everyones attention. Another group of filmmakers, centered around Edward Yang and HOU Hsiao-Hsien launched what became known as the "Taiwanese New wave".
1980s years is considered the Golden age of action cinema in Hong Kong. Jackie Chan has reinvented the martial arts genre film with a new emphasis on elaborate and dangerous stunts and slapstick humour, starting with the project in 1983. John Woo started the "heroic bloodshed" genre, based on triads, beginning with a better tomorrow, 1986. Hong Kong New wave also occurred in this period, led by Directors such as Tsui Hark.
With the post-1980 growth in cinema of East Asia in the West, for the Western audience once again become familiar with many of the industrys filmmakers and stars. A number of key players, such as Chow Yun-Fat and Zhang Ziyi, has already "crossed over", working in Western films. Others have gained exposure through the international success of their films, though many more retain more of a "cult" appeal, finding a degree of Western success through DVD sales, but not movies.
In the modern era, the success of Israel and the Jewish Diaspora movie, you can watch the industry giants, from Michael Ovitz, Michael Eisner, Lew Wasserman, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg and David Geffen. However, few of them ever focused on Jewish issues, with the occasional exception of Spielberg. In the first decade of the 21st century, several Israeli film won awards at film festivals around the world. Famous films of this period: late marriage Dover Koshashvili, Broken wings, walk on water and Yossi & Jagger Eytan Fox, Ninas tragedies, campfire and Beaufort by Joseph cedar, or my treasure Keren yedayas, turn left at the end of the world, AVI Nesher, the bands visit Eran Kolirin Waltz with Bashir Ari Folman and Ajami. In 2011 strangers no more won an Oscar for best short documentary.
- The Cinema of Central Asia usually refers to the cinema of five Central Asian countries Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan
- East Asian cinema is cinema produced in East Asia or by people from this region. It is part of Asian cinema which in turn is part of world cinema World
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- and even Asian countries like India, where films are made in English but they are part of world cinema due to their marginal status in terms of access
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- The cinema of Kyrgyzstan is part of the cinema of Central Asia In 1998, Beshkempir, by Aktan Abdykalykov, won the Best Film Grand Prix at the 1st Eurasia
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- South Asian cinema refers to the cinema of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The terms Asian cinema Eastern cinema and
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- Festival of Asian Cinema French: Festival international des cinemas d Asie is an annual special - interest film festival focusing on the cinemas of Asia The
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- The Cinema of Iran Persian: سینمای ایران also known as the Cinema of Persia, refers to the cinema and film industries in Iran which produce a variety
- Cinema of Indonesia has a long history dated back to 1900. Until the 1920s, cinema in Indonesia belonged only to the Europeans, with silent documentaries
- The cinema of Pakistan or Pakistani cinema Urdu: پاک ستانی سینما refers to the filmmaking industry in Pakistan. Pakistan is home to several film studios
- The cinema of Taiwan is deeply rooted in the island s unique history. Since its introduction to Taiwan in 1901 under Japanese rule, cinema has developed
- The term Cinema of Korea or Korean cinema encompasses the motion picture industries of North and South Korea. As with all aspects of Korean life
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