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HUM 220: Great Directors

In this course, students will study the works of influential directors from a variety of eras and cultures. The focus will be on the individual creativity of the director as a powerful force in determining the aesthetic elements of the films which he/she produces. Instruction will cover classical auteur theory as well as more recent theories of authorship.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; HUM 120 and HUM 160, minimum grade "C"

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