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ITA 215 - History of Italian Film


This course includes a survey of the major periods in the evolution of Italian film from the silent era through neorealism to the present, with an emphasis on the major filmmakers: DeSica, Fellini, Antonioni. The place of Italian film in the social and political history of twentieth-century Italy will also be explored. This course fulfills one semester foreign language requirement or may be taken as a free elective.
Prerequisites: ENG 102  or ENG 122  or permission of instructor or Division Dean’s office.
3 lecture hours per week.
3 credit hours