Classes » FILM 220, Fall 2024

Name

History of Cinema II (1930s to the Present)

Description

This course examines the expansion of the modern cinema, its modes of production, and its role as a manufacturer of culture. These issues (and others) are discussed within a comparative context in which the dominant practices of the American film industry are contrasted to developments in World Cinema. Emphasis is placed on the achievements of directors who are representative of major trends, genres and styles of each historic period.

Prerequisites
Credits

3.0

Semester

Fall 2024

Instructor

Bruce Marchfelder

Schedules
  • Mondays, 16:30 to 17:50, Rm 101
  • Wednesdays, 16:30 to 17:50, Rm 101
Capacity

2/35

Tuition

$664.00
This tuition applies to domestic full-time students. Tuitions for international, senior, and auditing students may vary.

Fees

(None)

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FILM 220
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