Fall 2018 Film Studies Courses

AAH 222-01 History of Photography (Ogawa) TTh 7-8:45 pm (HUM)

ATH 250/EGL 283 Shakespeare in Performance (Venning) MWF 10:30-11:35 (HUL, HUM, LCC, WAC)

AVA 120-02 Photography 1 (Benjamin) TTh 9:30am-12:30pm (HUM)

AVA 120-02 Photography 1 (Benjamin) TTh 2-5 pm (HUM)

AVA 160-01 Digital Art (Orellana) 9:30 am – 12:30 pm (HUM)

AVA 363-01 3D Computer Modeling (Orellana) MW 2-5 pm (HUM)

CLS 151-01 Ancient world in Film & Literature (Raucci) TTh 9-10:45 am (LCC, HUM, HUL)

EGL 288-01 Film As Fictive Art (Troxell) 1:55-03:40 pm (HUM, WAC)

FLM 201 Documentary Filmmaking (de Sève) TTh 10:55 am – 12:40 pm (HUM) For beginners to advanced, Documentary Filmmaking presents the foundations of non-fiction filmmaking: from camera and equipment use to interviewing techniques and storytelling strategies.  While creating a short documentary on a subject of the student’s choosing, participants will come to understand the interface between them and world around them through the filter of the camera.  Students can work in a variety of documentary styles which are explained in class.  These forms include the poetic, expository, observational and participatory form. The skills learned in this class are valuable across many disciplines and jobs which involve interpersonal relationships, media skills, research and working with subjects. The course counts toward the 6-course minor in Film Studies.

FLM 202 Digital Filmmaking (de Sève)  TTh 1:55-3:40 pm (HUM) For beginners to advanced, Digital Filmmaking presents the foundations of fiction filmmaking: from lighting and camera work to editing, sound and working on set.  In the first part of the course, students recreate scenes from well-known films. In the second part, students script and shoot their own short films. This class is appropriate for filmmaking newbies as well as for those who wish to deepen their understanding and practice of the craft. The skills learned in this class will help students gain a foundation in media skills increasingly in demand across many majors and in the job market. The course counts toward the 6-course minor in Film Studies.

GER 402-01 German Film Studies (Nelson) MW 3:05-4:45 pm (LCCG German, HUM)

MLT 260-01 Vampire As Other in Eastern European and American Culture (Bidoshi) MWF 3:05-4:45 pm (LCC, HUL, HUM)

SPN 415-01 Waste in Latin American Film and Art (Mosquera) MW 3:05-4:45 (LCCS Spanish, HUM, WAC)

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