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Course Schedule WEEK 1 (September 10-12) INTRODUCTION: FILM AS ART Screening : Apocalypse Now (1979, Francis Ford Coppola, USA Theatrical Version) Reading : BT: pp. 2-46. FILM FORM: NARRATIVE AND STYLE WEEK 2 (September 17-19) NARRATIVE AND NARRATION Screening : Citizen Kane (1942, Orson Welles, USA) Reading : BT: pp. 72-110. WEEK 3 (September 24-26) MISE-EN-SCENE Screening : The Rules of the Game (1939, Jean Renoir, France) Reading : BT: pp. 112-158. WEEK 4 (October 1-3) CINEMATOGRAPHY Screening : The Red Shoes (1948, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, UK) Reading : BT: pp. 160-217. WEEK 5 (October 8-10) EDITING I Screening : The Maltese Falcon (1941, John Huston, USA) Reading : BT: pp. 218-254. WEEK 6 (October 15-17) EDITING II Screening : Breathless (1960, Jean Luc Godard, France) Reading : BT: pp. 242-265. WEEK 7 (October 22-24) SOUND Midterm Test #1 Screening : A Man Escaped (1956, Robert Bresson, France) Reading : BT: pp. 266-307. WEEK 8 (October 29-31) MUSIC NOTE: All tutorials are canceled this week for Fall Break Screening : The Adventures of Robin Hood (1939, Michael Curtiz, USA) Reading : CP: Kalinak “The Classical Film Score . WEEK 9 (November 5-7) REALISM Essay #1 Screening : Umberto D (1955, Vittorio De Sica, Italy) Reading : CP: Selections by André Bazin.
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