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Among the nations of the world, Japan has enjoyed an impressively lively print culture related to cinema. The first film books and periodicals appeared shortly after the birth of cinema, proliferating wildly in the s with only the slightest pause in the dark days of World War II. The numbers of publications match the enormous scale of film production, but with the lack of support for film studies in Japan, much of it remains as uncharted territory, with few maps to negotiate the maze of material.

This book is the first all-embracing guide ever published for approaching the complex archive for Japanese cinema. The first film books and periodicals appeared shortly after the birth of cinema, proliferating wildly in the s with only the slightest pause in the dark days of World War II.

The numbers of publications match the enormous scale of film production, but with the lack of support for film studies in Japan, much of it remains as uncharted territory, with few maps to negotiate the maze of material. This book is the first all-embracing guide ever published for approaching the complex archive for Japanese cinema. It lists all the libraries and film archives in the world with significant collections of film prints, still photographs, archival records, books, and periodicals.

It provides a comprehensive, annotated bibliography of the core books and magazines for the field. And it supplies hints for how to find and access materials for any research project. This is an essential book for anyone seriously thinking about Japan and its cinema. They have more ephemera than you can imagine: The first major reference book for film publications, covering and organized by year.

Yamaguchi provides extensive bibliographic data. This includes tables of contents and page ranges, which would be convenient for ordering through interlibrary loan. One of the few memorable books from the wartime Nihon eiga sensho series produced by the Dai Nihon Eiga FIAF is the global organization of film archives.

Their online database is the go-to resource for anything from film periodicals. Subscription only; included in Proquest. The most provocative, astonishing, and frustrating database is Google Book Search.

This is the Google project to digitize every book on the planet, starting with a handful of American research libraries. They have recently announced Those in Japan are lucky to have archives to draw on. Now they collaborate with festivals and public programs across Japan, immeasurably enriching Japanese film culture. Many of the other Japanese archives listed in the first section lend films.

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Get this from a library! Research guide to Japanese film studies. [Markus Nornes; Aaron Andrew Gerow]. Japanese Film Database 日本映画データベース Over 35, titles of films made in Japan since are searchable by title, cast, directors, and year. Also lists related .