Minor in Film Studies - Film History 2 FILM 3301   Film History 2
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course surveys the history of film from the 1950s until the present day. Students will learn about the aesthetic, social and technological changes that affected the development of cinema. The course includes the study of radical 1960s movements such as the French New Wave, and the birth of auteurist cinema in the European and Hollywood film industries. It also introduces students to the concept of national cinema with a study of global film industries, and concludes with a study of the digital revolution in contemporary cinema.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

PREREQUISITES: Any course that qualifies as a Writing credit. Recommended PERF 1002.03
EXCLUSIONS: THEA 2300X/Y.06 and NSCAD AHIS 2810.03