GERM 315 Spring 2013 German Film (W)

This course combines a survey of German film history and an introduction to visual literacy. Students will learn how to critically examine films as aesthetic media and cultural artifacts, and will explore texts and films that demonstrate and challenge the idea of a national cinema. The films we will watch include those by directors such as Rye, Wegener, Lubitsch, Wiene, Murnau, Reiniger, Sternberg, Lang, Dudow and Brecht, Siodmak, Sierck, von Baky, Riefenstahl, Staudte, Wolf, Carow, Maetzig, Reinl, Kluge, Fassbinder, Herzog, Schlondorff, von Trotta, Farocki, Wenders, Sanders-Brahms, Buttgereit, Schlingensief, Ottinger, Tykwer, Akin, Petzold, Weingartner, Edel, Aladag, Samdereli, and others.
Class Format: tutorial
Requirements/Evaluation: papers, critiques, participation, final paper
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Prerequisites: GERM 201 or the equivalent
Enrollment Preference: the professor will decide based on the student's experience and desire to take the course
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Divisional Attributes: Division I,Writing Intensive
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Enrollment Limit: 10
Expected Enrollment: 10
Class Number: 3373
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GERM315-T1(S) TUT German Film (W) Division 1: Languages and the ArtsWriting Intensive Carrie Collenberg
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