Minor in International Cinema Studies
Requirement 1 (Complete 1 course)
Requirement 2 (Complete 1 course)
Requirement 3 (Complete 3.0 hours from the following courses)
Requirement 5 (Complete 1 course)
Requirement 6 (Complete 1 course)
Upcoming Classes in International Cinema Studies Include:
NOTE: This list of courses does not include approved TMA offerings that might also be used to fulfill the ICS minor.
NOTE 2: See the university class schedule for more details.
—ICS 290R International Cinema (1.5 credits), Prof. Marc Olivier. Description: Students view films showing at the International Cinema and discuss them in a seminar setting.
—ICS 390/IHUM 390R Film and Media Theory (3 credits), Prof. Doug Cunningham. Description: Studying historical and contemporary film and media theory and applying it to the analysis of film and other visual media.
—ICS 491 International Cinema Capstone (1 credit, contact instructor for add code), Doug Weatherford (firstname.lastname@example.org). Description: Final course taken by International Cinema Studies minors.
—FREN/ITAL 317 French and Italian Cinema (3 credits), Prof. Daryl Lee. Description: Background for understanding and appreciating the best of motion picture art in France and Italy. Taught in English; no knowledge of French or Italian required.
—GWS 358/ICS 490R. Women and World Cinema (3 credits), Prof. Rob McFarland. Description: Students will watch films that inspire them to ask questions about the history of women’s film, cinematic representations of women, and the ways that the film camera creates a gendered reality.
—RUSS 343 Masterpieces of Russian Film (3 credits), Prof. Raissa Solovieva. Description: Developing listening comprehension and speaking skills through discussing Russian films. Taught in Russian.
—SPAN 457R/ICS 490R. Film Connections between Mexico and the United States (3 credits), Prof. Doug Weatherford. Description: An examination of Mexican and US filmmakers who cross the border to make movies in their neighboring country. Taught in Spanish.
—SPAN 459R/ICS 490R. Narrating Mexico City in Film, Literature, and Other Mediums (3 credits), Prof. Brian Price. Taught in Spanish.