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Comparative Study of National Cultures in Chinese and Japanese Films

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0001787

Author(s)

Liang Gao and Guohe Qin

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Guohe Qin

Abstract

Abstract: China's national culture is extensive and profound, and the resources available for the development of cultural industries are also quite abundant. With the development of modern globalization, China and Japan have also had more exchanges and integration in the film and television industry. From the perspective of national culture, it is necessary for China and Japan to understand the differences and commonalities between the two cultures from the perspective of film and television, and adhere to the existing culture and the integration of excellent culture are of great significance to the development of our country's film and television industry. In response to the onslaught of different menacing films, how to maintain the heterogeneity of our country's national film culture has become an urgent cultural issue. This article conducts a comparative study on the national cultures of Chinese and Japanese film and television, and promotes the healthy, harmonious and sustainable development of our country's film industry. This article adopts the method of documentary materials and comparative method of film and television to make a comparative analysis of the film types, aesthetic types and national spirit of Chinese and Japanese film and television, and draw conclusions. China’s film and television development has received a lot of attention in the international arena, reaching 58.3%, which shows that China’s film and television have great development prospects, and the differences between Chinese and Japanese films in all aspects are large, and there is a strong cultural integration. Sex, can promote the sound development of our country's film and television industry.

Keywords

Keywords: Chinese and Japanese Film and Television; National Culture; Cultural Difference; Comparative Study