FMI 334 Film Aesthetics

Evaluates the component parts of a film, including cinematography, design, writing, and directing, and how these elements combine to create an overall dramatic effect through mise-en-scène (blocking, rhythm, and camera plan). Students analyze how filmmakers emphasize and combine elements to effectively convey a desired intent. Students refine their personal cinematic aesthetic by critically analyzing the work of major directors and/or creating new work of their own.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of "C" or better in FMI 231

Offered

Spring

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