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Spring 2018 Schedule of Classes

CINE 121-01: Experience History & Analysis of Cinema (Prof. Chantal Rodais) 11:40 – 1:40, TUES & THURS
CINE 121-02: Experience History & Analysis of Cinema (Prof. David LaRocca) 10:50 – 12:50, MON & WED
CINE 122-01: Expres & Innovation in Film & Video (Prof. Tomonari Nishikawa) 6:00 – 9:00, TUES
CINE 122-02: Expres & Innovation in Film & Video (Prof. Daïchi Saïto) 6:00 – 9:00, THURS
CINE 252-01: Video & Filmmaking I (Prof. Ariana Gerstein) 9:40 – 11:05, MON & WED
CINE 252-02: Video & Filmmaking I (Prof. Daïchi Saïto) 2:50 – 4:15, TUES & THURS
CINE 285F: The Artist is Present (Prof. David LaRocca) 6:00 – 9:00, WED
CINE 286D: Filming the Real (Prof. Chantal Rodais) 2:50 – 4:50, TUES & THURS
CINE 321: Film Theory (Prof. Brian Wall) 8:30 – 10:30, MON & WED
CINE 351: Filmmaking II (Prof. Tomonari Nishikawa) 12:00 – 1:25, MON & WED
CINE 353: Digital Videomaking II (Prof. Vincent Grenier) 11:40 – 1:05, TUES & THURS
CINE 380D: American Cinema of the 1970s (Prof. Chantal Rodais) 1:10 -3:10, MON & WED
CINE 380F: The Essay Film (Prof. David LaRocca) 3:30 – 5:30, MON & WED
CINE 380G: Experimental Animation Project (Prof. Ariana Gerstein) 2:20 – 3:45, MON & WED
CINE 380H: Split Page Script Metacinema (Prof. Vincent Grenier) 4:25 – 5:50, TUES & THURS
CINE 380N: Sound, Places, and Publics (Prof. Monteith McCollum & Prof. Jennifer Stoever) 1:15 – 2:40, TUES & THURS
CINE 451: Advanced Film & Videomaking (Prof. Monteith McCollum) 10:05 – 11:30, TUES & THURS

CROSS LISTED:
CINE 285B: Contemporary Chinese Cinema (Prof. Nicholas Kaldis) 4:20 – 6:40, MON & WED
CINE 286U: Japanese Cinema (Prof. David Stahl) 1:15 – 2:40, TUES & THURS
CINE 380B: Ethnographic Film (Prof. Matthew Wolf-Meyer) 4:40 – 7:40, MON
CINE 380C: Introduction to Korean Cinema (Prof. Immanuel Kim) 1:15 – 2:40, TUES & THURS
CINE 486F: The Persistence of Vision (Prof. Jeffrey Kirkwood) 4:25 – 7:25, TUES

Contact: Kathy Horton - Secretary
khorton@binghamton.edu
607-777- 4998

Last Updated: 1/5/18