Asia/Canada Reframed: Perspectives From a Transpacific Film Location


This article examines the limits of approaching Asian Canadian filmmaking in primarily authorial and textual terms. Drawing insights from recent transnational analyses in film studies, the article explores filmmaking practices in the transpacific city of Vancouver and proposes the study of film location as an alternative methodology for Asian Canadian cultural critique.

This article “Asia/Canada Reframed: Perspectives From a Transpacific Film Location” originally appeared in Asian Canadian Critique Beyond the Nation. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 227 (Winter 2015): 114-132.

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