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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
  • Week One
  • Introductions
  • The Syllabus, The Course
  • The Camera Sequence
  • Break
  • Early Film Video
  • The Lumiere Brothers First Films, narrated by Bertrand Tavernier [1: 13 in]
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies

The Movie Apparatus

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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies

Television Studies

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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
  • Course Requirements
  • Critical Essay or Special Project--choose one of the following (30% of course grade)
    • A 2,000 word critical/interpretive encounter (approved by me) with film studies (no sources required).
    • A pedagogical film studies project: a course syllabus, website, power point presentation, annotated bibliography/videography, etc.
  • Major Paper: A source paper of not less than 4,000 words on some aspect of film studies approved by me. | 50% of course grade
  • Class Participation: Your evaluation in this area will be based on your contributions in class discussion and, in addition, presentations throughout the course | 20% of course grade
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