Media Arts - Film
Film courses at LCC focus on the aesthetic, historical, cultural, critical, and theoretical analysis of film. The introductory series—CINE 265, 266, and 267, Film History I, II, & III—closely mirrors the University of Oregon's The History of the Motion Picture sequence and is concerned with aesthetic, technological, cultural, and economic histories of cinema, primarily U.S. film history but also other, international film histories.
Other film courses focus on film movements, genres, and directors. All film courses satisfy an Arts and Letters requirement and count as directed electives for Multimedia and Design students. Additionally, FA 264 satisfies a Diversity requirement.
The sequence is offered on a yearly basis, while FA 270, Fim Genres (horror, comedy, or noir) and FA 264 (Women Directors) are offered on a rotating basis every 2-3 years.
Fall 2018: CINE 265: Film History I, is being offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-3:50, with an additional screening on Thursdays at 4 PM. Questions? Contact Kate Sullivan.
If you have questions about film classes or LCC's student film club, email Kate Sullivan.
If you are interested in making media (video, audio, still photography, graphic design), please visit the Multimedia and Design Program, which offers a suite of media courses (e.g., audio production, video production, and a visual literacy class, Concepts of Visual Literacy, etc.).
What's Happening Around Town: Check out the Eugene Film Society's Blog.