Description

Students will consider the primary visual, aural, and narrative conventions by which motion pictures create and comment upon significant social experience. Students will watch a wide range of films from a variety of countries and historical moments in film history and will have the chance to explore many issues such as framing, photographic space, film shot, editing, sound, genre, narrative form, acting style, and lighting in the context of wider discussions of the weekly films. This is an introductory course and assumes no prior knowledge of film. Students will be evaluated primarily on the basis of weekly postings, a shot-by-shot analysis, and exams. Weekly screening on Monday nights.

Lecture Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 0Total Hours: 3.00

Semesters

Fall 2020 Semester
Course Title Instructor Campus Section Syllabus
Intro to the Art of Film Crystal Shelnutt, M.A., M.B.A. Carrollton 02 No syllabus available
Intro to the Art of Film Amy Cuomo, Ph.D. Distance E02 No syllabus available
Intro to the Art of Film Erin Lee Mock, Ph.D. Carrollton 03 No syllabus available
Intro to the Art of Film Stacey Morin, M.A. Carrollton 05 No syllabus available
Intro to the Art of Film Robert Kilpatrick, Ph.D. Distance E01 No syllabus available