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1940년대 식민지 조선에서의 영화 상영의 변화 양상 연구 -경성의 영화관을 중심으로-

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  • 1940년대
  • 식민지
  • 영화
  • 영화계
  • 조선
  • 조선영화
  • 한국영화
  • 경성
  • 일본
  • 일본영화
  • 제국
  • 중일전쟁
  • 전시체제
  • 태평양전쟁
  • 일원화
  • 국책영화
  • 친일영화
  • 일본영화법
  • 조선영화령
  • 영화신체제
  • 사단법인 조선영화제작주식회사
  • 사단법인 조선영화배급사
  • 사단법인 조선영화사
  • 조선군 보도부
  • 배급
  • 상영
  • 뉴스영화
  • 문화영화
  • 극영화


This research is about the aspects of change of the film exhibition in Chosun, colonial Korea, during the 1940s. Focusing on movie theaters in Kyungsung in the early 1940s, it looked into their exhibition practices in practical and analytical ways and have found out what is followed. First, in the aftermath of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937 the practice of film exhibition in Chosun was reformed like that of Japan. At the time, its film screening practice consisted of three kinds of screening, regular, mobile and intermittent film screening. In the late 1940s, the intermittent basis became dominant. Also, the showing time was more and more shorten and a set of film exhibition practice, consisting of newsreels, cultural movie (Munwha Yeongwha), and feature film, was established. Second, the proclamation and enforcement of Chosun Yeongwha-Ryeong (Film Law of colonial Korea) and related reforms would lead to various forms of changes in the film exhibition practice. The introduction of the movie package of newsreel, cultural movie, and feature film gradually restricted the entertainment function of cinema on the one hand and on the other hand, emphasized its propagandistic role. After the importation of American and British films was prohibited, Japanese films deminated the visual

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