Japanese Cinema and Society: The Industrial Spy Boom in the 1960s by Dr. Tomoyuki Sasaki (Globus Lecture Series)

The Japanese Program invites Dr. Tomoyuki Sasaki who discusses the 1960 Japanese films and the shifting society in the decades. The talk is based on his recent book Cinema of Discontent: Representations of Japan’s High-Speed Growth (SUNY Press, 2022).

The lecture takes places during Dr. April Gorzke’s course CMP/AAS/FLM4907 Film and Moving Image Culture in Japan. Those who are interested in joining the talk, please register for the event by responding the Google Form below.


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