Film

FILM 101: INTRODUCTION TO FILM (HAP)

Fall, Spring. Credit, four hours. General aesthetic and historical introduction to cinema, with selected readings in film criticism and theory. Weekly in-class screenings required.

FILM 107: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL VIDEO

Spring. Credit, four hours. Creative as well as technical problems in these related media are examined; techniques in using cameras, projectors, and video editing equipment.

FILM 299R: DIRECTED RESEARCH

On demand. Credit, one to four hours. A supervised project in an area of study to be determined by the instructor and student. Requires faculty approval. Only four credit hours can be applied toward fulfillment of the major.

FILM 373R: SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM (HAP)

On demand. Credit, one to four hours. Prerequisite: Film Studies 101. Individual topics on film study focusing on a specific period or movement. Weekly screenings required. FS101 is the introductory course for film studies.

FILM 378R: SCREENWRITING (HAP)

Every other year. Credit, four hours. A writing-intensive course in the construction of screenplays, which also broaches various aspects of preproduction planning. Weekly screening required.