Fields of Vision: Critical Applications in Recent Philippine Cinema
Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1995 - 165 من الصفحات
Fields of Vision: Critical Applications in Recent Philippine Cinema marks a departure from previous book-length approaches to Philippine film criticism in its scholarly application of modernist principles. Such issues as auteurism, structuralism, and spectatorship are pursued with the view of testing their usefulness for Philippine cinema, instead of simply dismissing them in the wake of more recent methodologies.
The longer critical essays in the anthology tend to encompass Philippine film history, while the reviews concentrate on recent and still-available titles. Asserting that film has long been serving the function of a unifying national language, Fields of Vision is marked by appreciation for the popular, concern for issues of quality and acknowledgment of the far-reaching and continuing impact of film on the Philippine way of life.
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