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Film Course Offerings

Film Aesthetics and Analysis FILM 1010 with Seth Ingram, CRN 81181Portrait of Seth Ingram

  • Full Fall Semester
  • Cartersville Campus
  • In Person with Social Distancing
  • Textbook required

This class will meet in person with social distancing on the Cartersville teaching site in Room A-160 Monday’s and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM.

Introduction to the cinematic techniques and themes utilized by film directors from around the world. Thematic, formal, and stylistic elements of film will be explored through lectures, readings, screenings, discussions, and film analyses. Strong writing and verbal skills are recommended for this course.

Textbook: Dennis Petrie and Joe Boggs, The Art of Watching Films: (ISBN: 0073514284) (9th Edition.). McGraw Hill (2018).

For more information contact Seth Ingram at singram@highlands.edu

History of Motion Pictures FILM 2700 with Seth Ingram, CRN 81182Portrait of Seth Ingram

  • Full Fall Semester
  • Rome Campus
  • In Person with Social Distancing
  • Textbook required

This class will meet in person with social distancing on the Rome Campus in Room F-139 from 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM. The course is a historical and critical survey of the evolution of motion pictures as an art form and as a distinctive medium of communication. This course provides historical perspective on some of the aesthetic, cultural, economic, and technological trends affecting motion pictures from their origins in the late 19th century through the present. Lectures, screenings, and discussions. Strong writing and verbal skills are recommended for this course.

Textbook: Kristin Thompson and David Bordwell, Film History: An Introduction: (ISBN: 9780073514246) (4th Edition.). McGraw Hill (2019).

For more information contact Seth Ingram at singram@highlands.edu