FVI 320 - History of Film I
 
(3 cr.) This course, the first in a two-semester sequence, provides a foundation in the history and aesthetics of moving image arts. Through individual films, clips, lectures and discussion, students analyze the major international film movements, their genres, directors and themes that have contributed to the development of narrative cinema. Organized thematically, films are chosen to showcase aesthetic, historical, technological and ideological concepts and their impact on the evolution of film from its inception to 1945. Sophmore status required. Sophomore status required. Prerequisite: MSS 101; Every Year, All
 
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