FVI 322 - History of Film (and Television) II
(3 cr.) This second part of a two-semester sequence builds on the history and aesthetics of moving image arts in film and also television from 1945 to the present. Through individual films, excerpts from films and television clips, lectures and discussion, students analyze the evolution of global television and major international film movements, their genres, directors and themes to understand how they have contributed to the development of television entertainment and narrative cinema. Organized thematically, works of film and television are chosen to showcase aesthetic, historical, technological and ideological concepts and their impact on the evolution of film and television. Sophmore status required. Prerequisite: FVI 320; Every Year, All

Spring 2015