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Understanding the Fundamentals of Cinematic Images
|Title:||Understanding the Fundamentals of Cinematic Images|
|Keywords:||King Hu, Filmmaking, Hong Kong cinema, Chinese cinema, Taiwan Cinema, Hu Jinquan, King Hu in His Own Words|
|LC Subject Headings:||Motion Pictures--Hong Kong.|
|Issue Date:||Apr 2013|
|Publisher:||Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche|
|Citation:||Hu, K. (2013). Understanding the Fundamentals of Cinematic Images (G. C. H. Wang, Trans.). In Garcia, R., & Wang, G. C. H. (Eds.) King Hu in His Own Words (pp. 108-110). Udine: Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche. (Original work published 1970).|
|Abstract:||Translated from Chinese to English for the book "King Hu in His Own Words." Excerpted from King Hu's lecture originally delivered at Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong on March 6, 1970. King Hu explained the fundamentals of cinematic imaging: how cameras perceive images differently than human eyes, and how various focal-lenths of lenses can be utilized to enhance motion, etc.|
|Description:||An article in "King Hu in His Own Words," Editor: Roger Garcia, co-editor: George Chun Han Wang. Original Chinese title of the lecture is "xingxiang zai dianying zhongde gongneng/形象在電影中的功能.“|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
|Appears in Collections:||Center for Chinese Studies Faculty & Researcher Works|
Wang, George Chun Han
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