This course undertakes a survey and analysis of world film production in an effort to understand the relationship between world cinema and national culture. With reference to the U.S. film industry as a dominant model, the course explores the aesthetic, economic, historical, and ideological contexts for film production and reception in other countries. This course may be used to satisfy an elective requirement for the English major. Satisfies requirements for a minor in African and African Diaspora studies, Asian studies, and women, gender, and sexuality studies.
2016-2017 Course Catalog / Courses / World Cinema