Section Info: FMT-230WF-01

Course Title: Intermediate Courses in History and Theory: 'Global Film and Media After 1960'
Start Date: 09/04/2024 End Date: 12/17/2024
Term: Fall Semester 2024
Description: This course examines films and topics central to the study of global cinema since 1960. We will begin with the New Waves of France, Italy, England, and Japan, and Direct Cinema of the '60s and '70s in the U.S. We will explore films of Third Cinema in Latin America, Asia and Africa in the late '60s and '70s, and examine films of New Zealand and Australia from the '70s to the current moment, with an emphasis on stories that center indigenous peoples. We also will focus on significant film movements of the last three decades, such as New Queer Cinema in the U.S. and New Cinema of East and Southeast Asia. Analysis will focus on formal and stylistic techniques within a political and social context.
Distribution(s): I - Humanities , MP - Multicultural Perspectives , TP - Topics Course
Academic Level Of Course: Undergraduate     Credits:4.00    

Faculty         Phone         Email address        
Bianka Ballina     

Meeting Dates         Method         Meeting days         Meeting times         Building name         Room     Frequency    
09/04/2024 - 12/17/2024   Seminar   Monday and Wednesday   03:15PM - 04:30PM   TBA   TBA   Weekly


Requisite Courses        
Prereq: One of the following: FMT-102, FMT-103, FMT-230CN, FLMST-201, FLMST-202, or FLMST-203. Take previously   Required  

Additional Comments        
There are film screenings for this course.  
Course Tags        
FMT0004   FMT-CR: Critical Studies   This course has been approved to count towards the Film, Media, Theater major in the Critical Studies area.  

Cross-listed Sections        

Course Availability
Section status: Open     Capacity: 18     Enrollment: 15     Available: 3     Waitlist: 0


Book List         Required         Publisher Full Price        
To be determined.                    

Additional Book Comments        
This is NOT the complete book list for this class.