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CINE 101 - Form, Style, and Meaning in Cinema


4 HU
First and Second Semester. This course considers the cinema as a particular media form and explores issues and methods in cinema studies. The class focuses on questions of film form and style (narrative, editing, sound, framing, mise-en-scène) and introduces students to concepts in film history and theory (industry, auteurism, spectatorship, the star system, ideology, genre). Students develop a basic critical vocabulary for examining the cinema as an art form, an industry, and a system of culturally meaningful representation.

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: For complete prerequisites, please refer to the Cinema Studies Program section titled “For Introductory Courses to the Study of Cinema”.
Enrollment Limit: 60.
Mr. Pingree

Credits: 4 hours



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