Form/Style/Meaning/Media

Cinema Studies 298

Usual Description

This course introduces students to the conceptual and practical relationships among form, style and meaning in cinema through analysis of as well as hands-on experience with the medium’s technical elements. This course embodies Cinema Studies’ twin focus on critical studies and production, as students not only read and write about cinema but design, compose, and edit their own sequences using sound and image.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Cinema Studies 298 Taught by Rian Brown-Orso or Geoff Pingree
Cinema Studies 298 Taught by Rian Brown-Orso or Geoff Pingree
Cinema Studies 298 Taught by Geoff Pingree
Cinema Studies 298 Taught by Rian Brown-Orso