CTEMS explores the history of national and international cinema, film production, African American cinema, and politics in Hollywood. The curriculum places a strong emphasis on screenwriting and students learn film and television history and culture, scriptwriting for film and television cinematic language, film production, film theory and criticism, African American film, classical Hollywood cinema, global cinema, and producing.
Students thus study how filmmakers utilize mise-en-scène, articulation of the cinematic space, sound, characterization, technology, and other essentials of compelling storytelling within moving media platforms.
The humanities provide context, depth, and perspective in the study of film, television, and new media that are grounded in a fundamental interest in the values and social practices that inform our lives and affect the human condition. The humanities perspective helps to frame questions about imagery and digital technology that helps to raise or develop a broader social or cultural context for incorporating a humanistic approach to the study of film and digital technology.
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