Get more out of your movie watching experience! Learn to view films with a critical eye and gain an appreciation for the art of film making. This class will explore the concepts of film analysis and criticism with emphasis on style, form and function in the art of movie making. In-class discussions, critiques and dissections will focus on a film's use of symbolism and imagery, mythology and legend as well as the foreshadowing motifs used in films. Plus, optional outside excursion once class ends for critical film viewing and analysis (this will be at the student's own expense). Individual motion pictures may/may not be shown in their entirety. Objectionable material will not be shown.

LLI 7880 - 01
Cato Campus
CEUs: 1.00
Contact Hours: 10.0
Synonym: 51588
Tuition: $85.00
Term: Spring 2016 (1/21/2016 2/18/2016)
Format: Classroom/Lab
Class - Th 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM in Cato Campus 133
Instructor: Carl
Note: Opportunity for outside film viewing/critique with instructor, once class ends (this will be at the student's expense).