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Kon Ichikawa

Author: James Quandt; Cinematheque Ontario.
Publisher: Toronto : Cinematheque Ontario, ©2001.
Series: Cinémathèque Ontario monographs, 4.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Kon Ichikawa has long been internationally acknowledged as one of the most important and prolific masters of Japanese cinema.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Kon Ichikawa.
Toronto : Cinematheque Ontario, ©2001
(OCoLC)606585616
Named Person: Kon Ichikawa; Kon Ichikawa; Kon Ichikawa; Kon Ichikawa; Kon Ichikawa; Kon Ichikawa
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Quandt; Cinematheque Ontario.
ISBN: 0968296939 9780968296936
OCLC Number: 46627545
Description: 445 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Ichikawa the innovator, or the complicated case of Kon Ichikawa / James Quandt --
Kon Ichikawa / Yukio Mishima --
Blown by the wind / Kon Ichikawa --
Beginnings / Kon Ichikawa and Yuki Mori --
Kon Ichikawa / Audie Bock --
The several sides of Kon Ichikawa / Donald Richie --
The skull beneath the skin / Tom Milne --
Interview with Kon Ichikawa / Joan Mellen --
Kon Ichikawa: black humour as therapy ; Nostalgia: an interview with Kon Ichikawa / Max Tessier --
Kon Ichikawa's method / Yasuzo Masumura --
Kon Ichikawa / Tadao Sato --
Between literature and cinema / Kon Ichikawa --
The modern outcast state: Ichikawa's Hakai / Keiko I. McDonald --
A story of cruel youth: Kon Ichikawa's Enjo and the art of adapting in 1950s Japan / Dennis Washburn --
Contemporary Japan as punishment room in Kon Ichikawa's Shokei no heya / Michael Raine --
The "Sun Tribe" and their parents / Natto Wada --
Viewer's view of Kagi / Keiko I. McDonald --
Fires on the Plain: The human cost of the Pacific War / William B. Hauser --
The summer of 1945 / Kon Ichikawa --
The ends of adaptation: Kon Ichikawa and the politics of cinematization / Eric Cazdyn --
Ototo / Kon Ichikawa and Yuki Mori --
A record of Ototo / Kon Ichikawa --
Ten Dark Women / Donald Richie --
The reality of 1961 / Kon Ichikawa --
Being Two Isn't Easy: the uneasiness of the family in 1960s Tokyo / Catherine Russell --
The uniqueness of Kon Ichikawa: a symposium / Kon Ichikawa, Akira Iwasaki, and Kyushiro Kusakabe --
Playing with form: Ichikawa'a An Actor's Revenge and the "creative print" / Linda C. Ehrlich --
Inscribing the subject: the melodramatization of gender in An Actor's Revenge / Scott Nygren --
CinemaScope and me / Kon Ichikawa --
Escaping Japan: the quest in Kon Ichikawa's Alone on the Pacific / Brent Kliewer --
Tokyo Olympiad: a symposium / Eric Cazdyn [and others] --
Ichikawa and the wanderers / William Johnson --
The Inugami Family / Kon Ichikawa and Yuki Mori --
Adapting the Makioka Sisters / Kathe Geist --
Space and narrative in The Makioka Sisters / David Desser --
The industrial Ichikawa: Kon Ichikawa after 1976 / Aaron Gerow --
Pauline Kael on Kon Ichikawa / Pauline Kael --
Kon Ichikawa at eighty-six: a "mid-career" interview / Mark Schilling.
Series Title: Cinémathèque Ontario monographs, 4.
Responsibility: edited by James Quandt.

Abstract:

"Kon Ichikawa has long been internationally acknowledged as one of the most important and prolific masters of Japanese cinema.

Celebrated for his many adaptations of Japanese novels, such as Fires on the Plain, Harp of Burma, Kagi, Conflagration, and The Makioka Sisters, Ichikawa is an artist with an astounding command of many genres, forms and tones, from ferociously humanist war films to sophisticated social satires, formalist documentaries (the acclaimed Tokyo Olympiad) to extravagant period pieces (An Actor's Revenge)."--Jacket.

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