Introduction to History and Theory of Cinema

Course Code: 
Winter Semester
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Course Outline

Analysis of basic characteristics of cinematic narrative so that it is clear how cinema has been influencing modern artistic creation, how it interacts with other arts and why it is an important element in a country’s social and cultural background. Economic consequences due to the development of cultural industry and its role in the promotion of artistic trends as well as of thematic searches. The role of institutions in the development of film distribution on an international level; the role of the movie theatre room in the theoretical approach of reception. Variations over time regarding audience attendance in movie theatre rooms; The role of new technologies in the artistic education of viewers and state interventions for the expansion of cinematic education. Prominent cinematographies which have influenced world cinema; Minor countries displaying a prominent presence in film production. 

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