Time Frames explores how Japanese film criticism and history has been written before and after Rashomon. Scott Nygren looks at the emergence of video art and anime, highlighting the creative exchange among North American, European, and Asian media. He places Japanese film at the center of this discourse, and, ultimately, reveals its global role as a cultural medium.
Subjects: Film Studies
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