Hideaki fujiki illustrates how film stardom and the star system emerged and evolved touching on such facets as the production representation circulation and reception of performers images in films and other media. Making personas by hideaki fujiki a professor of film studies at nagoya university represents a significant contribution to our understanding of the subject designed as a discursive history of japanese stardom from the late meiji to the early showa era the work has two primary goals. Making personas transnational film stardom in modern japan by hideaki fujiki harvard university asia center 2013 424 pages hardcover 4995 2995 eur3600 ryan cook emory university hideaki fujikis deeply researched book makes a major contribution to the literature. Making personas transnational film stardom in modern japan hideaki fujiki add to cart product details hardcover 4995 o 3595 o eur3600 isbn 9780674065697 publication november 2013 x text 424 pages 6 x 9 inches 8 color photos 53 black and white photos. Making personas transnational film stardom in modern japan is an impressive in depth analysis of the film stardom in japan during the 1910s and 1920sas fujiki notes upfront the star might be indeed nothing but a product of differentiation 10 and i must admit that such an impression was one of the side effects that this monumental book left with me
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