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FILM105Writing the Moving Image: An Introduction to Crafting Visual Stories
FILM157Unfaithful: Relationships Between Film and Literature
FILM250Computational Media: Videogame Design and Development
FILM301The History of Spanish Cinema
FILM304History of World Cinema to the 1960s
FILM305CFILM: Sophomore Colloquium: Silent Film, the Universal Language of Cinema
FILM309Film Noir
FILM310Introduction to Film Analysis
FILM315Myth and Ideology in Cinema: Hollywood Sex, Race, Class, and Culture
FILM319Television Storytelling: The Conditions of Narrative Complexity
FILM320The New German Cinema
FILM322Alfred Hitchcock
FILM330The Art and Business of Contemporary Film
FILM331Video Games as/and the Moving Image: Art, Aesthetics, and Design
FILM342Cinema of Adventure and Action
FILM343The History of the American Film Industry in the Studio Era
FILM346Contemporary East Asian Cinema
FILM347Melodrama and the Woman's Picture
FILM348Postwar American Independent Cinema
FILM349Television: The Domestic Medium
FILM350Contemporary International Art Cinema
FILM352From Caligari to Hitler: Weimar Cinema in Context
FILM360Philosophy and the Movies: The Past on Film
FILM362Television Storytelling: Consuming Darkness
FILM366Elia Kazan's Films and Archives
FILM367Frank Capra's Films and Archives
FILM370The Art of Film Criticism
FILM381Martin Scorsese
FILM385The Documentary Film
FILM386The Long and the Short: Fritz Lang in Berlin and Hollywood
FILM414Senior Seminar
FILM441Video Art
FILM451Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
FILM452Writing About Film
FILM457Advanced Filmmaking
REES234Woody Allen and the Russian Novel

Spring 2018 Courses Not Offered          Summer Session       Home       Archive       Search       FILM
FILM104Documentary Filmmaking: An Introduction to Project Learning
FILM105Writing the Moving Image: An Introduction to Crafting Visual Stories
FILM288Global Film Auteurs
FILM307The Language of Hollywood: Styles, Storytelling, and Technology
FILM310Introduction to Film Analysis
FILM311Israel in Therapy: Society Under the Influence of TV Series
FILM314Directorial Style: Classic American Film Comedy
FILM324Visual Storytelling: The History and Art of Hollywood's Master Storytellers
FILM342Cinema of Adventure and Action
FILM343The History of the American Film Industry in the Studio Era
FILM347Melodrama and the Woman's Picture
FILM348Postwar American Independent Cinema
FILM350Contemporary International Art Cinema
FILM352From Caligari to Hitler: Weimar Cinema in Context
FILM366Elia Kazan's Films and Archives
FILM367Frank Capra's Films and Archives
FILM381Martin Scorsese
FILM385The Documentary Film
FILM388Advanced Global Film Auteurs
FILM418Documentary Filmmaking for Majors and Minors
FILM441Video Art
FILM451Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
FILM455Writing for Television
FILM456Advanced Filmmaking
FILM460Scripting Series for the Small Screen

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