- Core Course: Moving images, technologies, forms, receptions
- Reading Films
- Ancient Rome on Film
- Film Exhibition
- The French New Wave
- Genre in Italian Cinema
- Hollywood Genres
- New Argentine Cinemas
- Russian Cinema: Epochs and Genres
- Theories and Practices of Film
- Weimar and Nazi Film
- Intercollegiate Modules (2013-14)
- Public Nightmares: Screening Cold War Anxieties
- Cinema and the British City
- Documentary Film and the Anthropological Eye
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Core Course reading
We will provide most of the reading via the UCL library’s online Teaching Collection (linked from Moodle) though, mindful of copyright restrictions, not all of the reading can be provided in this way.
You might find it useful to purchase:
- Lee Grieveson and Peter KrŠmer (eds.) The Silent Cinema Reader, London: Routledge, 2004
and you will find the following a useful book to own
- Geoffrey Nowell-Smith (ed.), The Oxford History of World Cinema, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996
Other useful books are listed in the MAFS bibliography.