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How To Read a Movie Visually 
Day/Time  Monday 12:00-1:20 
Location C-106
Session 12 weeks 28-Jan
Limit: 25

A movie has a basic structure through which the screenwriter/director keeps an audience enthralled. Its successful construction guarantees the audience's participation in the film. This course will examine this structure by viewing and discussing films from different periods of filmmaking, enabling the student to understand (read) the successful execution or failure of a film's story line and thus augmenting the enjoyment of the movie-watching experience. This is the same course as last semester, except that we will watch 4 different films.

Coordinator: Joseph Gonzalez

Joseph is a native Cuban, raised and educated in the United States. He was a bilingual script supervisor in movies, commercials, music videos and television as well as a screenwriter of short and feature films. He studied film at the New School for Social Research in New York City and worked for twelve years as an editor/writer for several national magazines.