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|CMTM 390 - NEIU Cinémathèque|
A “cinémathèque” is a small, specialized theater where important films are screened, discussed, archived, preserved, and loved. Drawing upon the tradition of cinémathèques across the world, this course will provide an opportunity for students to screen, discuss, and research important works of cinema here at Northeastern Illinois University. With oncampus resources such as 35mm prints screened by the Northwest Chicago Film Society and our extensive holdings of the Criterion Collection in the Ronald Williams Library, students will learn about the material practices surrounding film such as archival collection, preservation, and restoration as well as distribution, exhibition, criticism, and reception. Junior or Senior-level standing only.
1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid, Lecture, Online, Tutored Study, Video Conferencing
Communication, Media & Theatre Department