FMSA 350 S031R: Special Topics in Film+Screen

This studio course offers students the opportunity to develop projects around a proposed topic that responds to emerging trends within contemporary film and/or media arts. The course offers historical, theoretical and practical insights into a range of practices associated with the topic. Students learn how to position their work in relation to relevant discourses. Depending on the specific instructor and subject area, the class may participate in field trips, group critiques, discussions of readings, individual and collaborative film and media arts creation.

Course content: 

Topic: Advanced Analogue
Students registered in FMSA 350 will share the classroom with students of FMSA 221 (Analogue Practices) and have access to the same critical and hands-on workshops (please see the FMSA 221 course description). Working in a more advanced and self-directed manner, FMSA 350 students will create an individual term project with additional access to a series of advanced technical workshops including handmade emulsion, chromaflex and colour reversal processing, handmade motion picture pinhole cameras and contact printing. Students should be prepared to work hard. This class is offered in-person only and requires a $300 course fee for film stock and supplies.

Prerequisites: 

Completion of 51 credits

Additional comments: 
HYBRID course. CC-R with FMSA 221 F031R. TOPIC - see website for details.
Instructor information: 
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Jan 4-Apr 16
15:40:00-18:30:00
F C1262 MAIN
Jan 4-Apr 16
15:40:00-18:30:00
F D1375 MAIN
Jan 4-Apr 16
15:40:00-18:30:00
F D1387 MAIN
Jan 4-Apr 16
15:40:00-18:30:00
F VCHAT ONLN