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MCOM 315
Film History II

Emphasizes the role films and filmmakers have played in impacting culture and reflecting their
historical milieu, especially as they relate to the events and traumas of World War II and the Cold War. Students explore key post-World War II film movements including Neo-Realism, the French New Wave, the rise of art house and nationalist cinemas, and the moral and social rebellions of the 1960s and 70s.

Viewing fee. Fulfils University core requirement for social and global inquiry. Not offered every year Required of film concentrations and minors.
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