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The film industry has produced a lot of films in different genres such as classic Hollywood genres, musical, thrillers, European, Japanese, art cinema, etc. available for interpretations.

This [course_title] is for movie enthusiasts who want to experience more than just watching films. You are provided with tools and techniques to provide criticism on different types of films to be able to give in-depth analyses of issues related to it.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Lecture 1: Introduction (2007) 00:51:00
Lecture 2: Keaton (2007) 00:57:00
Lecture 3: Chaplin, Part I (2007) 00:53:00
Lecture 4: Chaplin, Part II (2007) 01:03:00
Lecture 5: Film as Global & Cultural Form; Montage, Mise en Scène 00:48:00
Lecture 6: German Film, Murnau 00:49:00
Lecture 7: The Studio Era 00:56:00
Lecture 8: The Work of Movies; Capra & Hawks 00:56:00
Lecture 9: Alfred Hitchcock 00:49:00
Lecture 10: Shadow of a Doubt, Rear Window 00:54:00
Lecture 11: The Musical 00:46:00
Lecture 12: The Musical (continued) 00:59:00
Lecture 13: The Western 00:44:00
Lecture 14: The Western (continued) 01:00:00
Lecture 15: American Film in the 1970s, Part I (2007) 00:53:00
Lecture 16: American Film in the 1970s, Part II (2007) 00:56:00
Lecture 17: Jean Renoir and Poetic Realism 00:47:00
Lecture 18: Renoir’s Grand Illusion (1937) 00:54:00
Lecture 19: Italian Neorealism, Part I (2007) 00:54:00
Lecture 20: Italian Neorealism, Part II (2007) 00:51:00
Lecture 21: Truffaut, the Nouvelle Vague, The 400 Blows 00:56:00
Lecture 22: Kurosawa and Rashomon 00:59:00
Lecture 23: Summary Perspectives – Film as Art and Artifact 00:43:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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