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CIDASIA

Culture: Industries and Diversity in Asia

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Websites
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Hong Kong Action Film at the Frontiers of Cinema by S.V. Srinivas.
This website is a part of a larger project that looks at the circulation of the Hong Kong action films in India to understand the social and political space occupied by the cinema in India.

Articles:

“Film Culture, Politics and Industry.” Seminar, Issue on Unsettling Cinema, No. 525, May 2003. http://www.sephis.org/pdf/srinivas4.pdf
“Hong Kong Action Film in the Indian B Circuit.” Inter Asia Cultural Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2003. http://hongkongaction.cscs.res.in/docs/Hong%20Kong%20Action%20Film%20in%20the%20Indian%20B%20Circuit.pdf
“Citizens and Subjects of Telugu Cinema.” Deep Focus, March 2002.
“Telugu Folklore Films: The Case of Patala Bhairavi.” Deep Focus, Vol. IX, No. 9, 2001.

Telugu Cinema writings:

"Is there a Public in the Cinema Hall?” Framework 42 (online edition), October 2000. http://www.frameworkonline.com/42svs.htm

"Gandhian Nationalism and Melodrama in the 30’s Telugu Cinema.” Journal of the Moving Image, No. 1, Autumn, 1999.http://jmionline.org/film_journal/jmi_01/article_02.php

This programme has been supported by:
Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Hivos (The Hague), Hivos (Bangalore), Open Society Institute (OSI, Budapest), The Japan Foundation (New Delhi), Nokia University, InKo Center (Chennai)

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