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Summer 2019

Film and Television (FILM TV)
FILM TV 4 - Introduction to Art and Technique of Filmmaking

Lecture: Lec 4

Class ID: 238012912

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Open: 32 of 150 Left

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Trice, J.N.

Final Exam Information





None listed


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Enrollment Information

Grade Type

Individual Studies


Letter Grade or Passed/ Not Passed

Instructor Consent



Lower Division

Course Description

(Formerly numbered 122B.) Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour. Students acquire understanding of practical and aesthetic challenges undertaken by artists and professionals in making of motion pictures and television. Examination of film as both art and industry: storytelling, sound and visual design, casting and performance, editing, finance, advertising, and distribution. Exploration of American and world cinema from filmmaker's perspective. Honing of analytical skills and development of critical vocabulary for study of filmmaking as technical, artistic, and cultural phenomenon. P/NP or letter grading.

Class Description


General Education (GE)

Check with your counselor or adviser to see which GE courses fulfill your requirements. See General Education Requirements for more information.

GE Foundation Categories

Foundations of Arts and Humanities—Literary and Cultural Analysis
Foundations of Arts and Humanities—Visual and Performance Arts Analysis and Practice

GE Lab/Demo

This class does not carry the laboratory/demonstration credit for GE.

Writing II

This class does not satisfy the undergraduate Writing II requirement.


This class satisfies the following College/School diversity requirement:

  • College of Letters and Science
  • School of Music
  • Public Affairs

Class Notes


Film, Television, and Digital Media

Library Reserve

Materials Use Fee