Schedule of Classes

Take Classes in Production and Studies

Courses for Majors, Minors, or for those just exploring:

image of super 8mm film by student

super 8mm film frames from Cine 252 project by Christine Szafranski, 2020

Spring 2022 Schedule

  • CINE 121-01: Exp., History & Analysis of Cinema (Schonig) 10:50-12:50, M/W

  • CINE 121-02: Exp., History & Analysis of Cinema (Loutensock) 8:30-10:30, M/W

  • CINE 121-03: Exp., History & Analysis of Cinema (Loutensock) 5:50-7:50, M/W

  • CINE 122-01: Expres. & Innovation in Film & Vid. (Nishikawa) 6:00-9:00,T

  • CINE 122-02: Expres. & Innovation in Film & Vid. (Saito) 6:00-9:00, TH

  • CINE 252-01: Video & Filmmaking I (TBA) 9:40- 11:05, M/W

  • CINE 252-02: Video & Filmmaking I (TBA) 2:50-5:50, T/TH

  • CINE 253: Intro to Creative Sound Processes (McCollum) 10:05-11:30, T/TH
  • CINE 286A: Film Noir (Wall) 11:40-1:40, T/TH

  • CINE 285E: Experimental Narrative (TBA) 2:20-3:45 M/W
  • CINE 285N: Dance Filmmaking (McDaniel) 4:40-6:05 M/W
  • CINE 286H: Cinema in the Digital Age (Schonig) 3:30-5:30 M/W
  • CINE 321-01: Film Theory (Wall) 2:50-4:50, T/TH

  • Cine 321-02: Film Theory (Schonig) 8:30-10:30, M/W

  • CINE 351-01: Filmmaking II (Saito) 11:40-1:05, T/TH

  • CINE 353: Digital Video II  (McDaniel) 12:00-1:25 M/W

  • CINE 380D: Theories of Animation (Wall) 11:40-1:40 M/W

  • CINE 451: Advanced Film and VIdeomaking (McCollum) 1:10-2:40 T/TH
  • CINE 486H: Health, Medicinie, Body in Film (Loutensock) 1:10-3:10, M/W

CROSS LISTED:

CINE 285B: Contemporary Chinese Cinema (Kaldis) 9:40-11:50, W/W

CINE 280A: Russians in Soviet Film (Zalesski) 11:40-1:05, T/TH

CINE 285F: History of Photography (Tagg) 2:50-4:15 T/TH