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The Centre for Humanities Research

「文學 • 電影 • 藝術」公開講座暨《香港文學與電影》新書發佈會
Open Lecture: Literature, Cinema, and Art & Book Launch for Hong Kong Literature and Cinema

講題:
Talk:

文學 • 電影 • 藝術
Literautre, Cinema, and Art

日期:
Date:

二○一二年二月四日
4 February 2012

時間:
Time:

下午三點半到五點
3:30 p.m. ~ 5:00 p.m.

地點:
Venue:

油麻地Kubrick書店
Kubrick Bookstore (Yau Ma Tei)

講者
Speakers:


李歐梵教授
Prof. Leo LEE Ou-fan

羅卡先生
Mr. LAW Kar

黃勁輝先生
Mr. Ben Wong King-fai

黃淑嫻博士
Dr. Mary Wong Suk-han

鄭政恒先生
Mr. Matthew CHENG Ching-hang

發佈會圖片:
Book Launch Photos:








二月四日,嶺南大學人文學科研究中心在寇比力克書店(Kubrick)舉辦了《香港文學與電影》新書發佈會。中心請來中文大學李歐梵教授、資深影評人羅卡先生、《奪命金》編劇黃勁輝先生以及嶺大中文系黃淑嫻博士就「文學•電影•藝術」主題發表講話,探討電影與文學如何共融、相互啟發等問題。書中的十三篇學術文章,展現電影與文學在歷史上和美學上多樣化的關係;其獨特的角度為香港文化研究帶來新的課題,又為電影教學提供新的教學材料。當天,黃淑嫻細訴文學與電影研究在香港的發展,卡叔講解抒情與電影的關係,李教授娓娓道來文學與電影對他的啟發,黃勁輝從寫作的角度談兩個媒體的異同。四人以不同的角度,為座無虛席的觀眾引發一場生動的對談。

另外,二月七日,黃淑嫻博士受邀請參加了香港教育學院中國文學文化研究中心組織的香港文學讀書會,作為是日讀書會的導讀,向幾十位熱心讀者介紹了《香港文學與電影》。教院的陳國球院長、陳智德博士、區仲桃博士等讀者給予本書高度評價。

On February 4th, the Centre for Humanities Research of Lingnan University launched Hong Kong Literature and Cinema at Kubrick Bookstore (Yau Ma Tei). Prof. Leo Lee Ou-fan, Mr. Law Kar, Mr. Ben Wong, and Dr. Mary Wong Shuk-han were invited to launch the book for us, and at the same time voice their views on the topic of the launch talk "Literautre, Cinema, and Art", exploring how literature and films mutually aspired. The thirteen articles of this book showcase various historical and aesthetic relationships between films and literature, its unique point of view on the one hand bringing forth new topic for the studies of Hong Kong literature, and on the other, providing new teaching materials for filmic education. At the launch, Dr. Wong reviewed the development of the studies on the relationship between literature and cinema in Hong Kong; Mr. Law Kar talked about the relationship between lyricism and filmic texts; Prof. Lee revealed how he was inspired by literature and films; Mr. Wong expressed his opinion on the similarities and differences between the two media from the perspective of writing. The four speakers' disparate yet intriguing viewpoints brought to the full house a inspiring dialogue.

Dr. Wong was also invited to join the reading club that was held by the Research Centre for Chinese Literature and Literary Culture of the Hong Kong Institute of Education on February 7th. Dr. Wong gave an introductory review of the book to the cordial readers. Favourable and thought-provoking comments from Prof. Chan Kwok-kou, Dr. Chan Chi-tak, and Dr. Au Chung-to were also memorable to the audience.



本書簡介:
Introduction:

香港文學與電影有千絲萬縷的關係,文人與影人的跨界合作非常活躍,文學改編電影在電影發展史上佔有不可替代的位置,文學藝術與影視藝術互相啟發,成為香港文化的特色。

本書勾勒香港文化面貌:從早期的電影清潔運動、五○年代的左右對立、六○年代青年文化與西方文化的衝擊、七○年代本土文化的興盛到八○年代大眾文化普及,以及在這些複雜的文化背景中,文學與電影如何以敘事回應,又如何互相激發,帶來了不少值得深思的課題。藉著此刻學院嘗試以電影輔助人文學科教學,中學積極準備電影與文學單元新課程,本書提出香港文學與電影的深度研探,別具意義。

本書除了是文學與電影的研究、作者專論、電影或文學的文類與形式的探討,亦關涉文化政治、史料發掘、歷史再思,展示了種種探討文學與電影的研究方法。全書包括海內外十三位著名學者的文章。

Hong Kong literature and cinema share manifold links. There have been active collaborations between literati and filmmakers. Literary adaptation has a paramount position in the history of Hong Kong cinema. The reciprocal aspiration between literature and cinema has become a cultural character of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Literature and Cinema profiles the cultural landscape of the city, covering the first “Clean-up Movement in Film”, the left-right opposition in the 1950s, the surge of youth culture and Western culture in the 1960s, the rise of local culture in the 1970s, and the popular culture in the 1980s. It articulates how literary works and films narrated their responses to these cultural issues and how the two genres mutually influenced each other. 

The academia is trying to introduce cinema studies to the teaching of humanities courses. High schools also try to design new courses of literature and cinema to integrate into their new curriculum. It is in this context the publication of this book is particularly significant. It brings forth many informative propositions about the education of literature and cinema. 

The book consists of academic studies from 13 renowned local and overseas scholars on the relations of films and literature, their genres and forms, as well as the individual authors, covering such diverse fields as cultural politics, historical reflections, and the rediscovery of historical materials. Their works showcase the many methodologies of film and literature research. 

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