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Hong Kong Cinema Retrospective Catalogue

Cantonese Cinema Retrospective (1960-1969) (Revised Edition, 1996)

Cantonese Cinema Retrospective (1960-1969) (Revised Edition, 1996)

Essays, film notes, stills, biographies of leading personalities and a complete filmography of Cantonese cinema in 1960-1969.

HK$45

A Study of Hong Kong Cinema in the Seventies (1970-1979)

A Study of Hong Kong Cinema in the Seventies (1970-1979) (Revised Edition, 2002)

Essays, film notes, stills, biographies of leading personalities and a complete filmography of the 70's.

HK$80

Cantonese Melodrama (1950-1969) (Revised Edition, 1997)

Cantonese Melodrama (1950-1969) (Revised Edition, 1997)

Essays, film notes, stills, biographies of leading personalities and a complete filmography of Cantonese Melodrama in 1950-1969.

HK$53

Changes in Hong Kong Society Through Cinema (Revised Edition, 1998)

Changes in Hong Kong Society Through Cinema (Revised Edition, 1998)

Essays, notes, stills, bio-filmographies of leading personalities in Hong Kong cinema and a complete list of documentary films ever made in Hong Kong.

HK$50

The China Factor in Hong Kong Cinema (Revised Edition, 1997)

The China Factor in Hong Kong Cinema (Revised Edition, 1997)

Essays, notes and other information on a thematic history of Hong Kong cinema in a catalogue which mixes the analytical and the informative.

HK$50

Hong Kong Cinema in the Eighties (Revised Edition, 1999)

Hong Kong Cinema in the Eighties (Revised Edition, 1999)

Essays, notes and other information on a thematic approach on Hong Kong cinema in the 80's.

HK$50

Overseas Chinese Figures in Cinema

Overseas Chinese Figures in Cinema

Essays, notes, stills, biographies and other information on the topic of Overseas Chinese Figures in Cinema.

HK$40

Mandarin Films and Popular Songs: 40's-60's

Mandarin Films and Popular Songs: 40's-60's

Essays, notes, stills, biographies and other information on the topic of Mandarin Films and Popular Songs: 40's-60's.

HK$40

Cinema of Two Cities: Hong Kong-Shanghai

Cinema of Two Cities: Hong Kong-Shanghai

Essays, notes, stills, biographies and other information on the topic of Mandarin films made in Hong Kong and Shanghai from the early years to the 60's.

HK$44

Early Images of Hong Kong and China

Early Images of Hong Kong & China

A collection of essays, historical materials, synopses, biographies and stills, reviewing the film history of China and Hong Kong from the earliest days to the 1950's.

HK$48

The Restless Breed: Cantonese Stars of the Sixties

The Restless Breed: Cantonese Stars of the Sixties

The focus is on new young stars, youth musicals, comedies, contemporary action movies & martial arts movies.

HK$52

Fifty Years of Electric Shadows

Fifty Years of Electric Shadows

Comprising a volume of essays penned by overseas and local film critics and scholars, the book researches on the Hong Kong cinema spanning half a century (1947-1997) from the sociological, historical, cultural and aesthetic points of view.

HK$56

Transcending the Times: King Hu and Eileen Chang

Transcending the Times: King Hu and Eileen Chang

The catalogue consists of analytical articles discussing the career and works of King Hu, filmmaker par excellent of martial arts pictures. There are also many interviews of Hu's co-workers and colleagues. Other articles include specialised discussions on the screen achievements of writer Eileen Chang.

HK$60

Hong Kong New Wave-Twenty Years After

Hong Kong New Wave-Twenty Years After

A comprehensive look at the rise of the Hong Kong New Wave, with an emphasis on the TV works of the young generation of directors before they launched careers in cinema in the period 1979-83. Articles examining the works of individual directors and the movement in its broadest perspectives, plus interviews, make up the bulk of the contents. Including programme notes of the films and TV works presented in the retrospective.

HK$60

Border Crossings in Hong Kong Cinema

Border Crossings in Hong Kong Cinema

The Hong Kong cinema had been crossing borders since the 1940s. During the same time, it had never stopped incorporating elements from other cinemas to enhance its growth. Let's take a look back on our past successes and failures, to draw a conclusion on half a century of border crossing as we prepare to enter a brand new era. "Border Crossings in Hong Kong Cinema" is a book of filmmakers, scholars and critics' essays on the development of the Hong Kong cinema's foreign excursions from after the war to the late 1980's.

HK$65