Recycled Cinema


Found footage filmmaking, cinematic appropriation, the use of archival materials in documentaries, and current day internet mashups. Covering early cinema, experimental and documentary cinema, television, and the internet. Key emphasis on practice based assignments with a concurrent focus on the historical impact of the field from seminal moments to the contemporary moment through films and readings on the subject. Graduate students in this course will be required to work on an additional final project at a higher level of complexity based on a proposal created in consultation with, and approved by the faculty.

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Cross-Listed As
  • CINE 775S
  • DOCST 776S
  • VMS 775S
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring