Film Studies: Screenings

DFM 100B
Description: Provides critical exposure to film in all its varieties. Students will apply aspects from other film courses to evaluate criteria for a successful (or failed) film. Post-screening discussions, readings of key essays, and periodic analysis or response papers will foster student's ability to critically analyze and articulate all aspects ofthe craft, including screenwriting, cinematography, editing, acting, and sound. This course will be taken over three different semesters.

Prerequisite: DFM majors only.

Not Offered This Semester

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