FILM 7003G: Screen Histories

60 hours; 3 credits

Overview of the international development of cinema and related screen technologies as media and art forms from 1895 to the present. Focus on aesthetic and political developments through a close examination of individual film texts. Emphasis will be placed on the major historical currents of each period and on changes in aesthetic, political and industrial context.

Prerequisite: Matriculation for the M.A. in Screen Studies, the M.F.A. in Cinema Arts, or permission of the program director.


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