Middlebury

FREN3429

Cinema Maghreb & Immigration

Cinema of Maghreb and Immigration

This course will study the historical and cultural aspects of the Maghreb and immigration though cinema. It will explore the double image that characterizes this type of cinema. The first image will focus on the French vision of the Maghreb and its representation in France’s former colonies. The second image will focus on Maghrebian directors and their vision of their societies. We will also explore the integration in France of the second generation of immigrants (the "Beurs"), especially issues of citizenship, exile, etc. Examples will be taken from films such as: Julien Duvivier’s Pépé le Moko, Gillo Pontecorvo‘s La Bataille d'Alger, Moknache’s Viva l’Aldjérie, C. Ruggia‘s Le Gone du Chaaba, Y. Benguigui ‘s Inchallah dimanche, Rachid Bouchareb’s Indigènes among others.
Subject:
French
Department:
French
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

FREN3429A-L17 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2016 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

FREN3429A-L16 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2015 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

FREN3429A-L15 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2014 Language Schools, LS 3 Week Session I

FREN3429A-L14 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2013, LS 3 Week Session I

FREN3429A-L13 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2012, LS 3 Week Session I

FREN3429A-L12 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2011, LS 3 Week Session I

FREN3429A-L11 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2010, LS 3 Week Session I

FREN3429A-L10 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2009, LS 7 Week Session

FREN3429A-L09 Lecture (Adjil)

Summer 2008, LS 7 Week Session

FREN3429A-L08 Lecture (Adjil)