FILM 2700: History of Motion Pictures

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Title

FILM 2700: History of Motion Pictures

Description

FILM 2700 History of Motion Pictures is a course offered at Georgia State University, which uses archival research, to explore the history of film technology, production and exhibition through the material trace of objects in the archive.

Through close analysis of the historical object or artifact, students learn to identify both narrative and stylistic techniques emerging at different times making genres and film styles unique.

This digital collection is comprised of selected materials from the following archival collections: Lemoine Pierce Collection, Countee Cullen Harold Jackman, Morehouse College vertical file: Events 1976-1979, Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Picture (Black Film), Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Picture (Black directors and Film makers), Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Pictures (Bamboozled), and Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Pictures (Mahogany) for a class assignment.

Source

Lemoine Pierce Collection, Countee Cullen Harold Jackman, Morehouse College vertical file: Events 1976-1979, Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Picture (Black Film), Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Picture (Black directors and Film makers), Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Pictures (Bamboozled), Johnson Publishing Company - Subject: Motion Pictures (Mahogany)

Contributor

Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library

Rights

Items in this collection are the property of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, and/or the copyright holder as appropriate. To order a reproduction or to inquire about permission to publish, please contact archives@auctr.edu with specific identification number (file name).

Language

en