Middlebury

FMMC 0350

Documentary Film in Cont China

Documentary Film in Contemporary China

In China since the 1980s, new political and socio-economic realities, along with new technologies, created conditions for the emergence of the New Documentary Movement, the collective achievement of a group of artists with new ideas about what the form and function of nonfiction film should be. We will screen and discuss select contemporary Chinese documentary films, place these films in the context of global documentary film history, and learn methods for the analysis of nonfiction film. We will "read" each film closely, and also study secondary sources to learn about the Chinese realities that each film documents. 3 hrs. lect./screening
Subject:
Film & Media Culture
Department:
Film & Media Culture
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL ART NOA
Equivalent Courses:
CHNS 0350 *

Sections

Fall 2022

FMMC0350A-F22 Lecture (Moran)

Winter 2021

FMMC0350A-W21 Lecture (Moran)
FMMC0350B-W21 Lecture (Moran)
FMMC0350C-W21 Lecture (Moran)