13 courses found which satisfy the condition "Drama and Film".
Analysis of Drama Works
The course selectes foreign drama famous masterpieces, by way of close reading, explaining the background and the way these texts produced elucidates faint. It helps students to understand the basics of theater, known the drama deeply. Then the course will enrich their cultural literacy ultimately.
Introduction to Music
Studies of the heightened realities of poetic drama. Verse analysis, research, methods and how to approach a classical dialogue.
A studio class that investigates the fundamental skills a director needs to work with actors. Working with actors, students learn how to animate the text on stage through status exercises and scene work as they develop their skill in text work, staging, and dramatic storytelling.
Chinese Film History
History of World Cinema
This course will examine the history and theory of global cinema since the Second World War, through the rise of the European art cinema movement of the 1960s and ’70s. It will encompass the growth of Asian cinemas, the consequences of digital filmmaking, and conclude with the more recent transnational blockbusters of today. It will survey major cinematic movements, and their responses to the social, political, economic, technological, and cultural conditions and values that precipitated them. All of the major genres will be represented: comedy, drama, documentary, and experimental film.
Movement for Actors
An exploration of the wide array of physical skills necessary for the actor. Using techniques derived from mime, clowning, sports, acrobatics, and improvisation, students will investigate their individual physical potential as well as their sense of creativity and imagination.
Introduction to Fine Art
Introduction to the Arts
A detailed introduction to all kinds of arts, including music, theater, painting, etc.