FMMC 0334

Videographic Film Studies

Videographic Film and Media Studies
Digital video technologies now enable film and media critics to “write” with the same materials that constitute their object of study: moving images and sounds. The rise of video essays means rethinking the rhetorical modes traditionally used in critical writing, and incorporating more aesthetic, poetic, and experimental elements alongside explanation and analysis. In this hands-on course (with no previous video editing experience required), we will both study and produce video essays, exploring how such work can produce new knowledge, create an aesthetic impact, and disseminate film & media criticism to a broader audience. (FMMC 0101 or FMMC 0104 or by approval) 3 hrs. sem.
Film & Media Culture
Film & Media Culture
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections in Spring 2014, SA UGs Full Term

Spring 2014

FMMC0334A-S14 Lecture (Keathley)