FLM 321 DOCUMENTARY THRY & PRODUCTN
How moving pictures can be used to explore, discuss, and creatively represent reality - and the issues of "truth," ethics, and social power that arise from these practices - from the standpoint of both producers and critical viewers. Documentary production techniques, reading, and discussion of scholarly literature in documentary history, theory, and criticism. Short film projects and analytical papers and presentations are required. Required screening sessions.
Meets twice weekly for up to three hours.
Permission of the instructor.
Preference will be given to students who have completed FLM 101 or equivalent. Students seeking to enroll in this class should notify the instructor of their interest prior to pre-registration.
Enrollment limited to 14 students.