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  • Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis (FILMSTUD 301) | Department of Art & Art History
    Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis FILMSTUD 301 FILMSTUD 101 The close analysis of film Emphasis is on formal and narrative techniques in structure and style and detailed readings of brief sequences Elements such as cinematography mise en scène composition sound and performance Films from various historical periods national cinemas directors and genres Prerequisite FILMSTUD 4 or equivalent Recommended ARTHIST 1 or FILMSTUD 102 Course can be repeated twice for a max of 8 units View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location FILMSTUD 101 section 1 Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis FILMSTUD 301 2014 2015 Autumn FILMSTUD 101 section 1 Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis FILMSTUD 301 2014 2015 Spring FILMSTUD 101 section 2 Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis FILMSTUD 301 2014 2015 Autumn FILMSTUD 101 section 3 Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis FILMSTUD 301 Staff 2014 2015 Autumn About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-101 (2015-06-03)
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  • Science Fiction Cinema (FILMSTUD 310) | Department of Art & Art History
    wonder depends upon the development and revelation of new ways of seeing The American science fiction film emphasizes the fundamental activity of human perception its relation to bodily experience and the exploration of other worlds new cities and other modes of being in such new technological spaces as the cyberspaces of the information age It is perhaps the Hollywood genre most directly concerned with the essence of cinema itself View

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-110 (2015-06-03)
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  • Darkness in Light: The Filmic Imagination of Horror | Department of Art & Art History
    Light The Filmic Imagination of Horror FILMSTUD 110N Preference to freshmen From its beginnings the cinema evinced an affinity with the phantom realm of specters ghosts and supernatural beings Not only does horror have deep and diverse roots in the international history of film it emerges as a trope of film itself as a medium of shadows dematerialized presence life drained of substance Overview of filmic imaginations of horror with a focus on the U S Europe and Japan Theories of horror from the fantastic to the uncanny unpacking these in light of key moments in the genre s development The merits of vampires versus zombies Ongoing debates through the lens of horror about cinematic representation from Andre Bazin s idea of the mummy complex to Linda Williams thesis of body genres to Jeffrey Sconce s notion of haunted media Introduction to film analysis and interpretation no prior experience in film studies required Required weekly screening View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location FILMSTUD 110N section 1 Darkness in Light The Filmic Imagination of Horror Jean Ma 2014 2015 Winter Thursday 1 15pm 3 05pm 160 315 About Department Overview People

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-110n (2015-06-03)
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  • International Documentary (FILMSTUD 316) | Department of Art & Art History
    in 2015 International Documentary FILMSTUD 316 FILMSTUD 116 Historical aesthetic and formal developments of documentary through nonfiction films in Europe Asia Latin America and Africa View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location FILMSTUD 116 section 1 International Documentary FILMSTUD 316 Jamie Meltzer 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 3 15pm 5 05pm 120 S64 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-116 (2015-06-03)
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  • History and Politics in Russian and Eastern European Cinema (FILMSTUD 445B, REES 301B) | Department of Art & Art History
    Slovak and Yugoslav contexts The relationship between art and politics postwar establishment of film industries and emergence of national film movements such as the Polish school Czech new wave and new Yugoslav film Thematic and aesthetic preoccupations of filmmakers such as Wajda Jancso Forman and Kusturica View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location FILMSTUD 245B section 1 History and Politics in

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-245b (2015-06-03)
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  • Fundamentals of Cinematic Analysis (FILMSTUD 101) | Department of Art & Art History
    readings of brief sequences Elements such as cinematography mise en scène composition sound and performance Films from various historical periods national cinemas directors and genres Prerequisite FILMSTUD 4 or equivalent Recommended ARTHIST 1 or FILMSTUD 102 Course can be repeated twice for a max of 8 units View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location FILMSTUD 301 section 1 Fundamentals of Cinematic

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-301 (2015-06-03)
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  • Introduction to Comics (FILMSTUD 114) | Department of Art & Art History
    Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Introduction to Comics FILMSTUD 114 FILMSTUD 314 The modern medium of comics a history that spans 150 years The flexibility of the medium encountered through the genres of humorous and dramatic comic strips superheroes undergrounds independents journalism and autobiography Innovative creators including McCay Kirby Barry Ware and critical writings including McCloud Eisner Groenstee Topics include text image relations panel to panel relations the page caricature sequence seriality comics in the context of the fine arts and relations to other media View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location FILMSTUD 314 section 1 Introduction to Comics FILMSTUD 114 Scott Bukatman 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 12 35pm 2 05pm Annaud FILMSTUD 314 section 2 Introduction to Comics FILMSTUD 114 2014 2015 Autumn Monday 10 00am 11 15am 160 124 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information For Current Undergraduates

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/courses/2014-2015-filmstud-314 (2015-06-03)
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  • Postwar American Avant Garde Cinema | Department of Art & Art History
    Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Postwar American Avant Garde Cinema FILMSTUD 404 History and theory of post WW II American independent and experimental film Emphasis is on issues of audiovisual form structure and medium specificity Films and writings include Maya Deren Stan Brakhage Michael Snow and Hollis Frampton View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art

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