BA (120 credit hour) Double Major in Cinema and Media Studies - East European Cinema: War, Love, and Revolutions RUSN 2046   East European Cinema: War, Love, and Revolutions
This course brings post-Berlin Wall European film into the fray of current debates on cultural identity, transnational cinema, and postcolonialism. Despite the state control, the filmmakers of communist Europe were often more bold, honest and provocative than their profit-driven Hollywood counterparts. By drawing on political, cultural, and philosophical discourses, the course will offer pointed analyses of most significant East European films that touch upon issues of ethnicity, gender, and overcoming censorship.
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

FORMAT COMMENTS: Lecture/discussion 3 hours
CROSS-LISTING: THEA 2346.03, FILM 2346.03