is an introduction to the critical study of film. The
course offers students a grounding in the history of
film and in a range of methods of analyzing cinematic
content. Discussions will address film theory, technical
and aesthetic aspects of film, the economics of the
industry, and the interpretation of film in cultural,
social and political contexts.
choose between watching the films at home and watching
the films in the lecture theatre at Okanagan College.
Screenings will take place at 7:00 PM on Tuesday nights.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
The textbook for
FILM 100 is Film Art: An Introduction,
9th ed., by David Bordwell and Kristen Thompson (ISBN:
Students will be
able to purchase Film Art at the Okanagan College
Bookstore. They can also purchase it online.
FILM 100 transfers to most
universities in British Columbia, including UBO, UBCO,
TRU, UFV, SFU, UVic, and UNBC. For more information
about the course's transferability, visit the
BC Transfer Guide.