Fall 2022 - Schedule of Classes
Prerequisite: Completion of the lower division writing requirement; Recommended Preparatory: CTVA 100, CTVA 210 and CTVA 220. This course traces the history of non-U.S. cinema from its inception in the mid-1890s to the present. Focusing on the major developments, it examines the social, economic, technological, industrial and aesthetic shifts in an international context. Movements such as Soviet revolutionary cinema, German Expressionism, Italian neorealism, British Kitchen Sink films, and the New Waves of France, Senegal, Brazil, Cuba, Iran, Korea, Japan, and China.