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Film Studies

FILM 335 (IT) Cinematic Approaches to a Revolution (1)

This course explores an international sampling of cinematic approaches to revolution from World War II to Vietnam with a strong emphasis on art cinema. Historical and theoretical readings supplement weekly screenings of films by the major auteurs of this period. Semiotic, Situationist, auteur, feminist, and other film theories contribute to daily classroom and formal project and paper discussion.

  • Prerequisites: FILM 210W or consent of instructor.
  • Offering: Alternate years
  • Instructor: Cox

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