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Following the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937, the Manchuria Motion Picture Corporation (Man'ei) was established in Manchukuo. Aiming to be the "Hollywood of the Orient," Man'ei operated as the only legitimate film corporation in Manchukuo, and its activities included all...
Until recently, studies on films from colonial Korea in the Japanese empire had to rely primarily on secondary texts, such as memoirs, journal and newspaper articles, and film reviews. The recent discovery of original film texts from archives in Japan, China, Russia, and elsewhere and their...
In the film Suicide Squad at the Watchtower (1943), the appearance of a Korean female physician carries with it the potential to subvert the film's representation of the colonial ethnic hierarchy. The film's director, Ch'oe In-gyu, had in his earlier film Homeless...
This article places two Japan-Korea collaboration films produced during the Pacific WarâSuicide Squad at the Watchtower (BÅrÅ no kesshitai, 1943) and Love and the Vow (Ai to chikai, 1945)âwithin the broader colonial and transnational context of filmmaking....
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