Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: Explain early cinema, the industrialization of film in the United States and the emerging of sound in film ; Explain Russian Formalism approach ; Explain German Expressionism and its today’s influence to horror cinema ; Explain American noir style ; Explain Italian and Japanese neorealism ; Explain Surrealism and Dadaism in cinema ; Explain new wave and new German cinema ; Explain European Art Cinema, the American Indie: Copolla, Spielberg, Scorsese, Woody Allen, and dogma 95 movement ; Explain third world cinema and national cinema
The course introduces students to the world film history in chronological order. The course is integrated with Film Genre, Movement, and Style.
Prerequisite : FM214 – Film and Society
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