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Professor Anatoly Antohin, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Brian Winn, Department of Telecommunication, Michigan State University
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Instructor Francine Segal, Loyola University New Orleans
Robert Benedetti. Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
This advanced video class serves goes into greater depth on the topics covered in Introduction to Video. It also will explore the nature and function of narrative in cinema and video through exercises and screenings .
Bob Albers, Department of Telecommunication, Michigan Sate University
From Phil Agre of the Department of Information, UCLA
Dr.Edmond Chang,Drew University
Thomas W. Benson, Rhetoric of Film and Television, Pennsylvania State University
Instructor: Michael Littman
Professor Robert Huesca, Trinity University
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Familiarizes the student with the three major critical methods applied to the American cinema: genre study, the auteur theory, and the star system. Topics for spring 2004: film noir, director Howard Hawks and actor Humphrey Bogart; and melodrama, director Douglas Sirk, and actress Lana Turner. Jeremy Butler, University of Alabama.
Study of selected topics in United States film.