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CINE 299 - Persistence of Vision: Approaches to Cinema Studies


Semester Offered: Second Semester
Credits (Range): 4 hours
Attribute: 4HU, WR

This course will explore a variety of approaches to cinema studies as a discipline, including issues involving production. In addition to close discussion of a variety of movies, theoretical and critical readings will include works on aesthetics and the nature of cinema, the history of cinema as an art form and an industry, and cultural and social issues in cinema studies. We will also pay close attention to the issue of writing about cinema. N.B. Cinema 299 is required of all Cinema Studies majors. Enrollment limit: 25.
Instructor: W. P. Day
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: The prerequisite for Cine 299 is Cine 101 and a Cinematic Traditions course or consent of instructor.



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