Latin American Film

SPAN307 (Liberal Arts) Latin American Film 3 hrs. 3 crs. This course is a historical survey of artistic, technological, and industrial developments of cinema in Latin America. The films screened are representative of major developments in Latin American film history: technological, aesthetic, industrial and sociocultural. Through readings and screenings, the student considers such topics as: major genres and their relation to Latin American attitudes and values, the work of the great Latin American film directors, and the historical role of films. Preq: ENG 125; Department permission required. This course may be offered in a face-to-face, hybrid or asynchronous online format. This course is cross-listed with HUM 307. Not open to students with credit in HUM 307.