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MEDI 310 Transmedia Analysis: Games, Film and Television
Modern storytelling is not constrained to one medium. This course provides students with an opportunity to learn about the ways in which core narrative properties can be adapted to various media, specifically narrative games, television, and film. Through selected case studies, students will analyze the ways in which core narrative properties are defined, adapted, and transformed across media. This class is a prerequisite for the Semester in LA/Transmedia Production: Games, Film, and Television course.