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FMMC0102

Film History

Film History
This course will survey the development of the cinema from 1895 to present. Our study will emphasize film as an evolving art, while bearing in mind the influence of technology, economic institutions, and the political and social contexts in which the films were produced and received. Screenings will include celebrated works from Hollywood and international cinema. 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. screen
Subject:
Film & Media Culture
Department:
Film & Media Culture
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART HIS
Equivalent Courses:
FMMC0131
FMMC0231

Sections

Fall 2014

FMMC0102A-F14 Lecture (Grindon)

Spring 2014

FMMC0102A-S14 Lecture (Grindon)

Fall 2013

FMMC0102A-F13 Lecture (Grindon)

Fall 2012

FMMC0102A-F12 Lecture (Grindon)

Fall 2011

FMMC0102A-F11 Lecture (Grindon)
FMMC0102X-F11 Discussion (Grindon)
FMMC0102Y-F11 Discussion (Grindon)
FMMC0102Z-F11 Discussion (Grindon)

Fall 2010

FMMC0102A-F10 Lecture (Keathley)
FMMC0102X-F10 Discussion (Keathley)
FMMC0102Y-F10 Discussion (Keathley)
FMMC0102Z-F10 Discussion (Keathley)

Fall 2009

FMMC0102A-F09 Lecture (Grindon)
FMMC0102W-F09 Discussion (Grindon)
FMMC0102X-F09 Discussion (Grindon)
FMMC0102Y-F09 Discussion (Grindon)

Spring 2009

FMMC0102A-S09 Lecture (Meyers)

Fall 2008

FMMC0102A-F08 Lecture (Grindon)
FMMC0102W-F08 Discussion (Grindon)
FMMC0102X-F08 Discussion (Grindon)
FMMC0102Y-F08 Discussion (Grindon)