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Chinatown Film Culture provides the first comprehensive account of the emergence of film and moviegoing in the transpacific hub of San Francisco in the early twentieth century. Kim K. Fahlstedt suggests that immigrant audiences' role in the proliferation of cinema as public entertainment in the United States saturated the whole moviegoing experience, from outside on the street into the movie theater.

Produktbeschreibung
Chinatown Film Culture provides the first comprehensive account of the emergence of film and moviegoing in the transpacific hub of San Francisco in the early twentieth century. Kim K. Fahlstedt suggests that immigrant audiences' role in the proliferation of cinema as public entertainment in the United States saturated the whole moviegoing experience, from outside on the street into the movie theater.
Autorenporträt
KIM K. FAHLSTEDT is a postdoctoral scholar at Stockholm University's Media Studies Department and a research affiliate for the Swedish Institute for North American Studies at Uppsala University.