Jul 02, 2020  
Catalogue 2020-2021 
    
Catalogue 2020-2021
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FILM 222 - Curating Microcinemas


0.5 unit(s)
The course meets for a total of six weeks, two weeks in the first third of the semester, and the final four weeks of the semester. In this intensive component, students learn about microcinemas, a key exhibition site in contemporary American avant-garde film, and then develop and program their own at an off-campus site. Students have the responsibility of selecting, pitching, and securing the titles to be screened, developing the space, performing audience outreach, composing program notes, and introducing the films at the screening. The intensive component is configured as one hour of additional in-class workshop and consultations plus three hours of independent research, outreach, and pitching during the initial two weeks of the intensive. During the last four weeks, the intensive is configured as half-hour small-group check-ins with the professor every week, as well as independent, out-of-class work to financially and logistically assemble the microcinema, finalize programming, publicize the screening, and produce the program. Erica Stein.

Prerequisite(s): FILM 209 .

Corequisite(s): FILM 221 .

Required for students enrolled in FILM 221 American Avant-Garde Film .

Not offered in 2020/21.

Course Format: INT



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