1301_Writing_Studies_Calendar_Spring_11

1301_Writing_Studies_Calendar_Spring_11 - Writ 1301 1...

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Writ 1301 1 Course Calendar (subject to change) This weekly calendar provides you with information on the topics to be covered and the films to be viewed on a weekly basis. You should complete the assigned items before class meets, since discussions will be based on the content of those readings and films. Failure to complete the readings/films in a timely manner will result in lower participation grades. *(M) – signifies text available on course moodle **All films assigned for outside viewing are available on reserve in Walter Library Jan 18 th : Course & student introductions. Jan 20 th : Introduction to Film Art & writing about film / Paper #1 Assigned Readings due today: The McGraw Hill Film Viewer’s Guide (M) . Bordwell & Thompson – Preface & Chapter 1. Week II – Film Form Jan 25 th : Readings due today: Bordwell & Thompson – Chapters 2 & 3. Viewings due today: Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography . Jan 27 th : Kane and preliminary drafts Readings due today: Lamott’s “Shitty First Drafts” (M) Viewings due today: Welles’ Citizen Kane Week III – The Shot Feb 1 st : Cinematography and mise-en-scene / Paper conference sign-up Readings due today: Bordwell & Thompson – Chapters 4 & 5. Feb 3
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course WRIT 1301 taught by Professor Alton during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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