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Introduction to Film Studies

Film And Media Studies 220 - Fall 2021

How do film images create meaning? What are the tools the film artist uses to create images? This course will introduce students to basic techniques of film production and formal methodologies for analyzing film art. Students will learn the essential components of film language -- staging, camera placement, camera movement, editing, lighting, special effects, film stock, lenses -- to heighten perceptual skills in viewing films and increase critical understanding of the ways films function as visual discourse. The course is foundational for the major in Film and Media Studies. Required Screenings on Monday's @ 7 pm
Course Attributes: EN HBU HumAS HUMFA HUMAR HUM

Section 01

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Burnett
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Section A

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Hunt
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Section B

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Hunt
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Section C

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Brown
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Section D

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Mumme
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Section E

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Hunt
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Section F

Introduction to Film Studies
INSTRUCTOR: Evers
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