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ENGH 373: Film and Video Forms

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Teaches students the formal elements of fiction films/videos and documentaries. Develops analytical writing skills in film and video studies with an emphasis on collaboration. Focuses on reading and practicing artistic processes of filmic storytelling, understanding films and videos in multiple contexts, including production and distribution industries and political and commercial systems.

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Identify and analyze formal elements of fiction films/videos and documentaries, with regard to production, reception, and interpretation. Learn how to read and practice artistic processes in filmic storytelling, evaluate films and videos in cultural and historical contexts, analyze specific texts, and understand the relationships among film and video industries, commercial factors, consumption, and audiences as communities.

When Offered: Fall, Summer, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

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