College of Art

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...and pictorial construction. Lectures, films, critical readings and...Ceramics Same as F20 220, 320, 420. First...

Latin American Studies

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...additional activities such as film series, programs abroad...II: Intermediate Portuguese ( Portug 220 ) with a grade...

L53 Film 220 Introduction to Film Studies

How do film images create meaning? What are the tools the film artist uses to create images? This course introduces students to basic techniques of film production and formal methodologies for analyzing film art. Students learn the essential components of film language — staging, camera placement, camera movement, editing, lighting, special effects, film stock, lenses — to heighten perceptual skills in viewing films and increase critical understanding of the ways films function as visual discourse. The course is foundational for the major in film and media studies. Required screenings.

Credit 3 units. A&S: LA A&S IQ: HUM BU: HUM


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U18 Film 220 Introduction to Film Studies

How do film images create meaning? What tools does the film artist use to create images? This course introduces students to basic techniques of film production and formal methodologies for analyzing film art. Students learn the essential componets of film language--staging, camera placement, camera movement, editing, lighting, special effects, film stock, lenses--to heighten perceptual skills in viewing films and increase critical understanding of the ways films function as visual discourse. The length of the "lab" (film or video screening) depends upon the length of the material screened. NOTE: This course is for University College students; day-school students who cannot take the day-school course must request permission from the instructor and the director of FMS to enroll.

Credit 3 units.


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