Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: Utilize knowledge from filmmaking practice to analyze techniques used in the films studied; Analyze films using knowledge on historical, political, and cultural contexts; Discuss artistic and cultural significance of films studied; Apply different styles and convention of writing criticism; Apply practical skills of writing (composing arguments, evidence, rhetorics, etc.) film criticism in popular media; Apply practical skills of writing film review in academic publication that meets scholarly rigor; Evaluate the editorial standards used in the media; Evaluate the application of knowledge on “contents, concept, and context” in the practice of writings; Evaluate the gap between prior classroom knowledge and internship practice in the report.
This course requires students to take internship in the media that regularly publish film criticism, in which they will immerse working experience in the media and write popular analysis on films.
Pre-requisite: Cultural Studies & New Media, Hollywood & Genre Studies, Global Cinema
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