An introduction to the history, analysis and criticism of film from 1890 to 1945, including early experiments in filmmaking and film exhibition, the development of sound and colour technologies, through to the rise of feature-length narrative and the consolidation of genre and the Hollywood studio system.
This course is a part of the NSCAD University credit curriculum. Audit students are not required to complete course assignments or take examinations and do not receive an evaluation, critiques, or a grade. Audit students may, with the approval of the instructor, participate in class discussions and work. Audit courses do not count towards full-time status, graduation requirements, or eligibility for any financial aid.