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Viewing: FILMSTUD 100A, section 01

Also listed as FILMSTUD 300A, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Oeler

Learning Goals

You will be able to describe how filmmaking developed and changed, technologically and stylistically, between 1895 and 1930.
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You will be able to recognize different national styles of filmmaking, including classical Hollywood, French impressionism, German expressionism, and Soviet montage.
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You will be able to describe how influential national film industries (US, French, German, Russian and Soviet) developed, and varied, in relation to one another and in relation to World War I.
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You will be able to analyze, describe and interpret films made between 1895 and 1930 in a way that takes into account the technological, industrial, and historical conditions of their production.
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Through reading criticism written contemporaneously with the films we watch, you will gain a sense of how critics, writers, and filmmakers thought about cinema in its first 35 years.
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