ENGL329A - Special Topics in Film Studies; Cinema of Liberation
The cinema experience creates the perfect environment for liberation—there is little to no distraction, the experience is total, isolating and illusory. This course introduces a new kind of cinema that attempts to liberate the spectator from the spectacle. The rationality of daily life is put on hold and the move is toward a more liberated cinema. At its core is freedom and the examination of forces that impact subordinated and marginalized individuals.
Notes: Also offered as CMLT398C. Credit granted for ENGL329A or CMLT398C. Repeatable to 9 credits if content differs. Studies in various periods and genres of film.