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Course Description: This 5 unit course encourages the student to explore the many ways in which films reflect the values of society as they mirror how the American people live.  The program also explores the many ways in which literary sources are changed during translation into film and the various reasons for the changes.


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Script 1: For pictures click onFilm as Art - Script 1.pdfFilm as Art - Script 1.pdf  and ​​for words click onFilm as Art - Script 1.doc

Script 2: For pictures click onFilm as Art - Script 2.pdfFilm as Art - Script 2.pdf  and for words click on Film as Art - Script 2.doc

Script 3: For pictures click onFilm as Art - Script 3.pdfFilm as Art - Script 3.pdf  and for words click on ​​Film as Art - Script 3.doc

Script 4: For pictures click onFilm as Art - Script 4.pdfFilm as Art - Script 4.pdf  and for words click on​ Film as Art - Script 4.doc

Course Videos:

Film As Art Video 1: Film As Art 1.mpg

Film As Art Video 2: Flim As Art 2.mpg

Film As Art Video 3: Film As Art

Film As Art Video 4: Film As Art 4.mpg

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