Cinema of Displaced Identity in Contesting British Chinese Identity.

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    Abstract

    In this chapter I give an account of my work as a writer, producer and director of films. Throughout the chapter I situate myself as a British Chinese filmmaker, but also identify as British East Asian and I explore how that has informed my work. I draw on key debates on identity, representation hybridity, migrancy and post-colonialism to frame my work. I also describe the stylistic approaches I have used in my films and how I have utilized genre as a way to inflect notions of hybridity and otherness.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationContesting British Chinese Culture
    EditorsDiana Yeh, Ashley Thorpe
    PublisherPalgrave, London
    Pages169-193
    ISBN (Print)978-3-319-71158-4
    Publication statusPublished - 18 Nov 2018

    Keywords

    • British-Chinese
    • British East Asian
    • films
    • filmmaker
    • hybridity
    • migrancy
    • identity
    • representation
    • displacement
    • exile
    • genre
    • experimental film
    • culture
    • arts
    • BAME

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    FONG-COWN, ROSA. (2018). Cinema of Displaced Identity in Contesting British Chinese Identity. In D. Yeh, & A. Thorpe (Eds.), Contesting British Chinese Culture (pp. 169-193). Palgrave, London. https://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319711584#aboutBook