ALL1317-C Second 6 Weeks Tuesday 1:30-2:50 Start Date 24-Oct
Grossman 106 Limit 25
A typical movie consists of 40 to 60 scenes. Most should act to advance the film’s narrative thread; some also promote character development. We will examine a sampling of scenes. While many are iconic, others are strong scenes from lesser-known works. Together we’ll look at what makes a scene effective and entertaining, and how it fits within the structure of the entire film.
Coordinator: Evan Cook
Evan has offered many film courses at ALL. He has also conducted courses for the Eldredge Library Learning Series in Chatham