Film Aesthetics

Film Aesthetics

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Film Aesthetics provides students with the opportunity for an increased understanding of the film medium and of cinematic language. Through viewing films grouped by chronology, director, and movement, students will increase their awareness of various filmic terms and aesthetic forms while taking into consideration technical and social factors, sound, editing, and shot selection. Taken together, students will increase their critical analysis and their ability to discuss the art of film. Students will gain a familiarity with the following terms and concepts: narrative/non-narrative form, story/plot, genre, character arc, three-act structure, montage/ juxtaposition/editing, time and space, cause and effect, temporal order and duration, film movements, film form, mise-en-scene, theme and tone, cinematography, composition, and symbolism/motif/image. 

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