Transnational Cinemas 1.2
Intellect is delighted to announce the publication of the second issue of
Transnational Cinemas.
Articles in this issue continue the discussions in the inaugural issue
around the question of what transnationalism really means. The question is
explored in the context of the People¹s Republic of China, Taiwan and Hong
Kong, and by examining the idea of the Œpostcolonial exotic¹ in the New
Zealand film,  Apron Strings, directed by a Samoan/New Zealand director and
written by an Indian scriptwriter, which explores relationships between
descendents of British and Indian settlers in New Zealand. Other articles
analyse the relationship between the regional, national and global scales in
feature film production in three UK regions ­ Northern Ireland, Scotland and
South West England, and explore transnationalism in Almodóvar¹s All About my
Mother. Finally, the issue includes a report on the Transnational Cinemas
symposium at University of Portsmouth in February 2010 together with book

What is transnational cinema? Thinking from the Chinese situation
Authors: Chris Berry
Page Start: 111 
New Zealand cinema and the postcolonial exotic: the case of Apron Strings
Authors: Jo Smith
Page Start: 129 
Connecting the regional and the global in the UK film industry
Authors: Nick Redfern
Page Start: 145 
From national to transnational in Pedro Almodóvar's All About My Mother
Authors: Linda Craig
Page Start: 161 
Transnational Cinemas Symposium report
Authors: Craig Fleming
Page Start: 175 
Authors: Tijana Mamula and Omar Kholeif and Felicia Chan and Rowena Santos
Aquino and Christopher Meir
Page Start: 181 

Principal Editors:  Armida de la Garza, University of Nottingham Ningbo,
China;  Deborah Shaw, Portsmouth University, UK

Co-editors:  Ruth Doughty, Portsmouth University, UK; Claudia
Magallanes-Blanco, Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, Mexico

Reviews Editor: Patti Gaal-Holmes, Portsmouth University, UK

ISSN: 20403526| Online ISSN: 20403534 | 2010, Volume 1, 2 issues per year
Institutional subscription: £103 / $115 | Online subscription: £70 / $85 |
Individual subscription: £33 / $45

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