Graded, Undergraduate, 3.0 units.
FILM 301 - American Film in Historical Perspective
This course studies the production and reception of film in the United States from the turn of the 20th century to the present day. It traces the aesthetic, technological and organizational changes in various film practices, and places those changes in the context of American social history. Example films are chosen from feature film making as well as from documentary and experimental traditions. LEARNING HOURS 108 (36L;24Lb;48P)
Prerequisite A GPA of 2.6 in FILM and (a grade of B- in FILM110 FILM 110104&1FILM FILM 250 6.0 unitsFILM 250M.
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