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History of International Film - FTVS 314

Film and Television Studies Upper Division Class

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A Quick Tip by StevenMarie

  • May 28, 2010
If there are any film majors out there, Richard Hadley, PhD is also the instructor for FTVS 415: Film Genres, also a great in depth class.
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review by . March 23, 2010
posted in The Bluff
On a warm Friday afternoon, there is nothing a college students wants to do more then curl up to a good movie. Thank god for History of International Film, Fridays 2-4:30 PM. It was hands down the BEST class I took at LMU, for all of the reasons why a class is great. 1.      Amazing Professor.   Richard Hadley, PhD, Associate Professor in the SFTV, is a great teacher all around. Extremely knowledgeable, witty, entertaining and easy to listen to in lecture. He …
Quick Tip by . July 23, 2010
posted in The Bluff
I would not know of Jean-Luc Godard, and therefor, not be cool, if it wasn't for this class.
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FTVS 314
History of International Film
3 Semester Hours

A critical and historical survey of international film.

Screenings, lectures and discussions.

Lab free
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Lmu, Loyola Marymount, Ftvs, Undergraduate


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