Table of contents for Hong Kong film, Hollywood, and the new global cinema : no film is an island / edited by Gina Marchetti and Tan See Kam.

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Acknowledgements	
Preface	
Biography of Contributors	
Introduction: Hong Kong Cinema and Global Change Gina Marchetti and Tan See-Kam
Section I: Chinese on the Move: ?Hongkongers? Abroad	
1. From South Pacific to Shanghai Blues: No Film is An Island Tan See Kam	
2. The Heroic Flux in John Woo?s Trans-Pacific Passage: From Confucian 
Brotherhood to American Selfhood Aaron Han Joon Magnan-Park	
3. Hong Kong Film Goes to America Staci Ford	
4. Hong Kong Television in Chinatown: Translocal Context(s) and Transnational 
Social Formations Amy Lee
5. Thailand in the Hong Kong Cinematic Imagination Adam Knee	
6. Hong Kong-Australian Imaginary: Clara Law's Australian Films Tony Mitchell
Section II: To-ing and Fro-ing: Transnational Genres 
7. Generic Ghosts: Hong Kong Horror and Transnational Generic Exchange Bliss Cua 
Lim	
8. Copies of Copies in Hollywood and Hong Kong Cinemas: Rethinking the Woman-
Warrior Figures Kwai-Cheung Lo
9. The Noir East: Hong Kong?s Transmutation of a Hollywood Genre? Joelle Collier
	
10. Scenes of ?In-action? and ?Noir? Characteristics in the Films of Johnnie To 
Peter Rist
Section III: International Players and a Global Niche
11. Hong Kong Goes International: The Case of Golden Harvest Michael Walsh
12. Distant Screen: Film Festivals and the Global Projection of Hong Kong Cinema 
Wong Hing-Yuk, Cindy	
13. Competing Regions: The Chromatics of the Urban Fix Stephanie Hemelryk Donald 
and John Gammack 	
14. Jackie Chan, Tourism, and the Performing Agency Laikwan Pang	
15. Niche Cinema, or, Kill Bill with Shaolin Soccer Peter Hitchcock	
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- China -- Hong Kong -- History.
Motion picture industry -- China -- Hong Kong -- History.
Motion pictures, Chinese -- United States.