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Film Studies (FILM)

School for Studies in Art and Culture
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

FILM 3505 [1.0 credit]

Aspects of Film History and Theory

Building on the skills acquired in FILM 2000, this course provides a critical study of advanced film theories. Topics may include aesthetics, ideological criticism, reception studies, theories of technology and historiography.
Precludes additional credit for FILM 3000, FILM 3001, FILM 3500, FILM 3501 and FILM 3608.
Prerequisite: FILM 2000 and third-year standing, or permission of the Discipline.
Lecture and screening three hours a week, seminar two hours a week.

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