Research on the Relationship Between Independent Documentary Films and The Construction of Non-genetic Heritage in The Context of Cultural Memory

Authors

  • Ziying Zhang
  • Yijin Wang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v8i3.8474

Keywords:

Independent Documentary, Cultural Memory, Non-Foreign Heritage Documentary, In Search of Craftsmanship.

Abstract

Documentaries focusing on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH), henceforth referred to as 'ICH documentaries,' possess an inherent thematic advantage in enhancing cultural memory and shaping national identity. The filmic documentation that characterizes these documentaries plays a crucial role to varying degrees in the imaging, narration, and creative approach of the 'ICH' culture, whose primary objective is preservation and inheritance. Among these, the independent documentary series 'In Search of Craftsmanship,' which records the traditional crafts of 199 Chinese artisans, distinctly exemplifies the characteristics and dynamic interplay between independent documentaries and the construction of ICH continuity.

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17 May 2023

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Zhang, Z., & Wang, Y. (2023). Research on the Relationship Between Independent Documentary Films and The Construction of Non-genetic Heritage in The Context of Cultural Memory. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 8(3), 150-153. https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v8i3.8474

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