|Course Title||Introduction to Film and Media Studies|
|Department||Film and Media Studies|
|Times and Days||TTH 11:20am-12:35pm
|Room Location||Science Center L26, Lang Perf Arts Ctr 101|
|Course Info|| |
In this course students are presented with forms and histories of film and other moving-image media, as well as key concepts, theories, and methods in the discipline of film and media studies. We begin with analysis of the elements of film form; explore narrative, documentary, experimental and genre formats; and conclude with perspectives on authorship, national cinema, and other topics in film and media theory. Emphasis is on developing critical viewing, writing, research, and multimedia authoring skills. Required weekly evening screenings of works from diverse periods, countries, and traditions. FMST 001 is the prerequisite for most other FMST classes.
|Miscellaneous Info|| |
Course Record Number: 17460
Eligible for Digital Humanities(DGHU).