2009 - 2010 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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film studies film studies film studies film m26 – 3 units history of international cinema ii wwii to the present program purpose students who complete film studies courses will apply theoretical frameworks to critically analyze cinematic arts in cultural context prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture the film studies program offers students a broad introduction into the history theory and criticism of this popular and collaborative art form since film reflects and shapes our culture the emphasis is on the students’ gaining the tools to analyze film in particular as well as media generally a survey of international cinema from world war ii to the present examines narrative documentary and experimental film the medium’s technical aesthetic and theoretical development with a focus on the historical cultural and economic influences that contributed to the international art form formerly hum m04 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc dean julius sokenu phone 805 378-1448 full time faculty film m31 – 3 units contemporary american film riley dwyer counselors prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture denice avila michael johnson transfer information students planning to transfer need to consult with a counselor prepare a student education plan and take advantage of support services available in the career transfer center located in fountain hall 805 378-1536 analyzes works of contemporary american filmmakers examining theme and focus filming techniques narrative presentations and selected genres formerly hum m06 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc film studies courses film m32 – 3 units contemporary world film film m10 – 3 units introduction to cinema prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces contemporary foreign cinema to include the examination of genres themes and styles emphasis on cultural economic and political influences as artistically determining factors introduces film and cultural theories such as national cinemas colonialism and orientalism formerly hum m05 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc introduces the art form of cinema topics include modes of production form style genre aesthetics critical analysis and social implications develops an appreciation for the art form and prepares students for more advanced film studies courses lectures accompanied by screenings of appropriate films formerly hum m08 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc film m41 – 3 units film directors film m15 – 3 units introduction to the documentary film prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture introduces documentary films through an international historical social and political perspective focus is on analysis of various types of documentary films with a wide range of subject matter formerly hum m17 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc provides a focused study on the career of a selected film author director and examines his or her body of work in artistic social historical and industrial terms includes recurring themes motifs techniques and aesthetic choices that define a director’s particular visual style applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc film m25 – 3 units history of international cinema i emergence to wwii film m51 – 3 units images of women in film prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture prerequisites none recommended prep film m10 class hours 3 lecture surveys international film from its emergence in the 1890s through wwii examines narrative documentary and experimental film the medium’s technical aesthetic and theoretical developments with a focus on historical cultural and economic influences that contributed to the international are form formerly hum m03 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc examines gender-based representations in film using critical and historical perspectives surveys the economic historical and social influences upon these representations from early cinema to the present from national to international films examines the images of women in film the work and achievements of women in the industry and introduces film theories and analytical perspectives formerly hum m18 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc course listing 162 moorpark college catalog 2009/10