Introductory film studies is directed towards gaining a deeper critical understanding of film and how it is currently being expanded by contemporary film-makers and artists. Students will look at seminal examples from early cinema, formative and contemporary practice.
The first-year course is a balance of contemporary film practice alongside teaching basic procedures of moving image through industry skills.
Advanced studies begin introducing the processes and skills associated with film production, and lead to a practical consideration of action, narrative and performance in contemporary moving image.
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College of Arts | Te Rāngai Toi Tangata
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