LCS COM 350 syllabus

LCS COM 350 syllabus - BryantCollege...

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Bryant College LCS/COM 350: Studies in Film and Video Fall 2008 Thursday 6:30-9:10 Professor: Laura Colella [email protected] Office: Suite C Course Description This course is an introduction to cinema and media studies for advanced undergraduate students. It addresses motion picture aesthetics, history, theory and interpretation through reading, viewing and hands-on exercises. The course develops viewing skills and film vocabulary through screenings of selected works, as well as through discussion of contemporary issues in motion picture theory and interpretation. Students apply this knowledge in the production of short videos, which involve basic scriptwriting, storyboarding, shooting, and editing. Course Goals Introduce the field of cinema studies Introduce film history and aesthetics Develop film analysis skills Explore the works of certain auteur filmmakers Actualize understanding through hands-on video exercises Required Materials Film Art , David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson, 8
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2008 for the course COM 350 taught by Professor Colella during the Fall '08 term at Bryant.

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