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收聽電影:1970年代中國的視聽政治
Listening to Films: Daily Life and Auditory Practice in 1970s China

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2015-2016 School of Chinese Seminar
收聽電影:1970年代中國的視聽政治
Listening to Films: Daily Life and Auditory Practice in 1970s China
黃心村教授 Prof. Nicole Huang
美國威斯康辛大學麥迪遜分校東亞語言文學系
Department of East Asian Languages and Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Date and Time: October 30, 2015 (Friday); 5:30-6:45pm
Venue: Room 730, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU
Language: Putonghua

講座以電影錄音剪輯這個特出的大眾傳播形式為例集中探討1970年代中國的視聽實踐。這一時期針對有線和無線廣播而製作的電影錄音剪輯往往與電影產品本身的製作同步,電影的製作和傳播對於聲音傳播技術的依賴成為這一時期電影文化的一個重要特徵。70年代初的故事片復興和國人對於譯製片日益增長的熱情將電影文化推到了轉折時期日常生活的中心地位,而充溢聽覺空間的聲音文化更是起到了推波助瀾的作用。中國的70年代可以說是一個高水準的跨平台媒體文化的浸潤期。

This lecture focuses on listening practices in 1970s China and examines the cinematic soundtracks of a handful of films, domestic and foreign, that were edited specifically for the purpose of radio broadcasting. Coined as ‘edited film recording’, this made-for-radio sonic compilation is a new product, one that takes crucial pieces from the original soundtrack but has significant editorial input, specifically in the insertion of an omniscient narrator. Film production was also designed for auditory consumption outside of the theatre, on gramophone and radio, before television entered individual households in China. Film literacy thus could be achieved without an actual access to the film products themselves. The hybridity of the genre created an illusion of broader and equal access to the symbolic order of a socialist visual culture. The transitional period in China can be seen as a decade of cross-platform saturation of media culture on a high level.
黃心村教授,北京大學中文系文學專業,畢業後旅美留學,獲加州大學洛杉磯分校東亞語言文化系博士,隨後於加州大學柏克萊分校從事博士後研究。現任教於美國威斯康辛大學麥迪遜分校東亞語言文學系,學術論著涉及二十世紀文學及視聽文化研究。
Nicole Huang is Professor of modern Chinese literature and visual culture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. orn in China, she received a B.A. from Peking University and a Ph.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles. She is the author of WOMEN, WAR, DOMESTICITY: SHANGHAI LITERATURE AND POPULAR CULTURE OF THE 1940S (Leiden, 2005) and the coeditor of WRITTEN ON WATER: A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS BY EILEEN CHANG (New York, 2005). Huang has directed the Center for East Asian Studies and the Wisconsin China Initiative at UW-Madison. Her current work engages visual and auditory media of late Mao China.

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