Bilateral Interaction and Passionate Collide: Film Periodical and Ideological Trend of Chinese Film in New Period

Guocong LI


The propagation medium carries not only the theoretical distillation and phenomena interpretation of basing on creative practice, but also records the rational thinking and resonance self-examination with precipitating in the heated debate at the same time fully excavating the “thinking” on each side. Among them, the dynamic attention of academic journals for film creation, film criticism, and film history and film industry also vividly presents the evolution track of film trends. Therefore, it is an indispensable perspective for scanning the thought of Chinese movies in the new era to study the interactive relationship between “academic journal” and “film thought”.


Film thought; New era; Academic journal; Public space; Conversational space; Ideological trend

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