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CINE 202 Cinematic Art in the Land of Leonardo


In this course students investigate Florentine history and art as it relates to contemporary cinema by analyzing, planning, and filming segments from a film script. Special attention is paid to visual perspective, the impact of physical context on visual narrative, individual and collaborative approaches to art making, and the role of patronage, apprenticeship and mentorship. Primary references are Dante’s Inferno , Renaissance perspectival painting, and 20th century Italian Neo-Realism. Each topic is approached from the point of view of performance, photography/cinematography, design, and editing. The course will be of value not only to Cinema Art + Science students but also to actors, photographers, set and fashion designers, and those interested in art history and art criticism.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 24-2001
GA
Requirements Permission Required (DP)
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3





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