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Courses at the 100-level

FILM 116: Approaches to Film and Film Criticism

Film as an art form is studied through viewing and analyzing representative films and by reading and writing essays on the aesthetics of film. (Formerly ENGL 116.)
4 credit hours

FILM 162: Studies in Non-Western Film

The film industry and culture of a geographic location is examined with respect to its regional significance, e.g., the cinema of South America, Africa, or South Asia. (Formerly The Afro-Brazilian Experience and Brazilian Cinema.)
4 credit hours

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