CINE 382 - Documentary Workshop
Semester Offered: Second Semester
Credits (Range): 4 Hours
Attribute: 4 HU
New Course added 11.07.2008.
This course explores documentary form in both critical and creative ways, with an emphasis on nontraditional approaches. In this class we will question the role of the script and examine the function of research; recognizing improvisation as central to the process of filming, and writing as montage. Alternative modes (personal essay, web documentary) will be investigated. Class time will revolve around screenings, discussion, presentations, and critiques; each student is required to complete an individual project. Consent of instructor required. Enrollment limit: 12.
Instructor: B. Kashmere
Prerequisites & Notes
For complete prerequisites, please refer to the Cinema Studies Program section titled “Advanced Cinema Studies Courses.”
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