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NEW! DIVERSITY DESIGNATION for INTRODUCTION TO FILM AESTHETICS AND ANALYSIS for FALL 2020

Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann on 08/11/20 

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Introduction to Film Aesthetics and Analysis CNPH 10100 in the Roy H. Park School of Communications has now secured an ICC Diversity designation.

It is now open to all students on campus.

The course runs ONLY in the Fall semester.  Those students seeking courses to fulfill the ICC Diversity requirement should register for seats now.

The course is team taught with faculty with different national cinema and mode/genre specializations.

Introduction to Film Aesthetics and Analysis provides a survey of multicultural and international cinemas from 1895 to 2020. It trains students in how to  actively "read" a film rather than to passively "consume" a movie.

The course focuses on the aesthetics, history, economics, industry, and politics of multiple forms of cinema across narrative, documentary, and experimental modes.

It unpacks the specific formal language of cinematic form in sound, cinematography, editing, mise en scene, music, and various narrative structures.

Films from Mexico, India, China, Cuba, Senegal, Benin, France, Germany, Russia, Canada, Argentina, Zimbabwe, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and more are studied.

The course ranges from classical Hollywood cinema to international art cinemas to the avant-garde to politically-engaged documentary to myriad experimental practices to animation in its many forms.

 

 

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