Introduction to the Study of Cinema

Cinema Studies 290

Usual Description

This course teaches students to engage critically with cinema. They examine elements of film form, style, and technique and explore how these produce meaning. Through theoretical and critical readings they consider cinema as art, industry, technology, and politics. They study approaches to watching and assessing movies, concepts and contexts in cinema studies as a discipline, and film in relation to other media. And they pay special attention to writing about cinema.

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 290 Taught by Grace An
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by William Patrick Day
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by Burke Hilsabeck
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by William Patrick Day
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by Burke Hilsabeck
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by William Patrick Day
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by William Patrick Day
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by William Patrick Day or Doron Galili
Cinema Studies 290 Taught by Doron Galili