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Cinema/Television/Radio Summer 2012

CTVR 3 - THE HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF AMERICAN CINEMA
Units: 3
Evaluates film as an art form (formerly CA 30).
eventMeets from: 6/18/2012 to 7/29/2012

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8:00AM - 11:55

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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eventMeets from: 6/18/2012 to 8/12/2012

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personC. MYERS

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personC. MYERS

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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CTVR 5 - HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF INTERNATIONAL CINEMA
Units: 3
Evaluation of International Cinema as an art form and cultural force. Exploration of its history, techniques, and relationship to society. Students will view and critique outstanding examples of international cinema (formerly CA 28).
eventMeets from: 7/2/2012 to 8/12/2012

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personC. MYERS

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CTVR 7 - CROSS CULTURAL CINEMA
Units: 3
Perspectives of underrepresented groups in US films. Examines political, economic, and philosophical highlights of their work in front of and behind the camera. Includes various genres and analysis of the societal impact of these films. Students will view and evaluate a large cross-section of films (formerly CA 27).
eventMeets from: 7/2/2012 to 8/12/2012

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6:00PM - 9:50

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personB. CLARY

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CTVR 9 - WOMEN IN CINEMA AND TELEVISION
Units: 3
The analysis of women in film: past, present and future and the impact they have on the industry(formerly CA 29).
eventMeets from: 6/18/2012 to 8/12/2012

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personJ. BRADY JENNER

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CTVR 100 - INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA, TELEVISION, AND RADIO
Units: 3
Is there a place for you in the radio, TV, and film industry? Learn about the broadcasting and film business and the types of skills you will need to succeed (formerly CA 100).
eventMeets from: 6/18/2012 to 8/12/2012

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personJ. HART

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CTVR 101 - VIDEO PRODUCTION BASICS
Units: 3Material Fee: $15
Introduction to video production including camera, lighting, and editing. Develop an understanding of video technology and vocabulary. Learn technique and application of video tools such as cameras, lights, audio, and non-linear editing. Demonstrate understanding of aesthetic theory by applying concepts to student productions(formerly CA 101).
eventMeets from: 7/2/2012 to 8/12/2012

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1:00PM - 4:35
 

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personH. KONISHI
personM. MAYENZET

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6:00PM - 9:35
 

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personM. MAYENZET
personH. KONISHI

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CTVR 114 - RADIO STATION ACTIVITIES
Units: 2
Provides continuing experience in the operation of the college radio station, KSBR-FM (formerly CA 114).
eventMeets from: 6/18/2012 to 8/12/2012

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6:00PM - 7:20

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location_onVIL 5-18

personT. WEDEL

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descriptionTkt# 12115 has 3 hrs and 25 mins per week TBA.

CTVR 233 - FILM PRODUCTION III
Units: 3Material Fee: $25lockPrerequisite: CTVR 32
Entire class is based around learning professional filmmaking tools including RED Digital Cinema and the advanced production of an advanced filmic production. Students are expected to be fully capable of fulfilling crew positions as assigned and the script and crewing will be determined by the instructor(formerly CA 211).
eventMeets from: 6/18/2012 to 8/12/2012

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10:00AM - 2:55
 

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personC. MYERS
personK. TERASAKI

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