FILM 001: Introduction to Film
Introduction to historical, technical, aesthetic, and cultural elements of film. We will consider issues of filmic production and film history and devote specific attention to different filmic techniques and critical approaches to mise-en- scène, cinematography, editing, and film sound. Students should develop a critical vocabulary for talking about film and various critical tools/strategies for analyzing film. Our primary goal is to enhance our enjoyment of film by learning to think about the filmic industry and its aesthetic productions more critically.
FILM/ART 007: Digital Photography
Intensive work in photography as fine art using digital input and output. Lectures, demonstrations, critiques. Permission in this course is contingent upon having a suitable camera. You must contact the instructor to verify that you have a suitable DSLR (or mirrorless equivalent) and accessories - not a point and shoot camera - or that you will make arrangements to rent a camera and accessories from the AAD department prior to the start of the semester. $100.00 Additional Lab Fee.