FILM STUDY AND APPRECIATION

COM* 154

An introductory study of cinema as a cultural and artistic form. Students will view and
discuss representative films from the early years of the industry to the present, and
offer their own oral and written analysis of these films as applied to topics covered
during the semester. Note: This course may be offered either as a general survey of
films produced for theatrical release, or as a special interest course focusing on films
from a particular director, genre, or topic. Formerly listed as VCOM 299, not open to
students who have successfully completed VCOM 299. Prerequisite: ENG* 101