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This course offers an introduction to the history of film from 1895
through 1931. We will begin by tracing the development of film
technology, industry, and exhibition in France, the US, and Britain, before
feature-length, narrative film became the dominant form of commercial
cinema throughout the world. We will then examine the major film
movements of the silent era: the Hollywood studio system, the
avant-garde cinema of France, German Expressionism, and Soviet
montage. We will conclude by looking at the emergence of sound film in
the late 1920s. In the process, we will consider how silent-era film
addressed early twentieth-century concerns about modernity, race, and
Film Screening Journal:
Rather than a ‘discussion board’ you will be writing ‘journal entries’
each week focused on your thoughts on the films you have screened. You
should articulate your opinion of the films, and also discuss how they fit
in with the history you are learning. You will be able to see your fellow
student’s journal entries once you have completed and submitted your
own. It should be clear from your writing that you have watched the
films. Due every Thursday by 11:59pm.
Please write them separately
Screening: Steamboat Willie (1928)
Screening: Black and Tan (1929)
Screening: M (1931)
Please follow the guidelines very very carefully and write correctly.
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