Category Archives: Film and Television

Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier CFP:The integration of production and theory/history in Cinema and Media Studies courses

Call for Proposals:  The integration of production and theory/history in Cinema and Media Studies courses Deadline: December 15, 2015 Among the challenges confronting those of us teaching history/theory courses in Cinema and Media Studies is a relatively new set of … Continue reading

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“This is What I Was Trying to Say”: Challenging Outcome Led Documentary Filmmaking in Higher Education

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  Ross Adamson  University of Brighton   There is much to be learnt from and through documentary filmmaking across all levels of education: from learning the art and craft … Continue reading

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Critical Pedagogies & Film Education in Neoliberal Times: Notes for Educators who Haven’t Given Up

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier   Critical Pedagogies in Neoliberal Times Vol. 3 (2)  Matteo Stocchetti  Åbo Academy, Helsinki University, Arcada University    Introduction Cinema is an influential form of expression with both manipulative and critical potentials. Neoliberalism needs cinema for its … Continue reading

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Understandably Critical (of Neoliberalism)

   Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 2(2) Spring 2014  Maurizio Viano  Wellesley College     The paradox in the images evoked by the first two bullets in this dossier’s call for proposals is so striking as to bear scrutiny: on … Continue reading

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Teaching Production in a Liberal Arts Context

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 2(2) Spring 2014  Paul McEwan  Muhlenberg College       “What’s the most interesting idea you’ve learned here in the past year?” A few weeks before students begin my Video Production course, they receive this … Continue reading

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Flipping German Cinema

 Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier  Vol. 2(2) Spring 2014  Karen R. Achberger  St. Olaf College   Since 2007, educators are increasingly turning to a model of instruction called Flipped Learning where lectures and homework are reversed (or inverted): the lectures are … Continue reading

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Deconstructing TV’s Buffy

Course Description and Objectives: Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an extremely “full” text, playing on ideological fault lines (the “Hellmouth,” if you will) throughout its 103 hours. The series, self-consciously generic in conception and execution, allows this course to examine … Continue reading

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Lighting and Race Article

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ScreenSite.org – Online Resource for Media Education and Scholarship

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Website: Media Literacy Clearinghouse

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