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  • Objectives
    The focus of Concordia's M.A. in Film Studies is the study of cinema from aesthetic, cultural and historical perspectives. One of the primary goals of the programme is the promotion and critical appreciation of experimental, independent, and innovative filmmaking. The programme is committed to the advancement of a film culture that extends well beyond the film industry.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Arts in Film Studies
  • Course description
    Students must complete a minimum of 45 credits. There are two degree options in this programme: courses, and thesis. Both options include a shared methodological base. The thesis option includes 24 credits of research and thesis which allows for a more intensive concentration in one area. The course option requires that students take all 45 credits in course work, and offers the fullest appreciation of the scope of the discipline. Students should select their preferred option based on their career goals and research interests.

    FILM STUDIES

    • 200/3 AA Introduction to Film Studies
    • 211/3 A History of Film to 1959
    • 211/3 AA History of Film to 1959 (French)
    • 211/3 B History of Film to 1959
    • 211/4 C History of Film to 1959
    • 212/3 A Film Aesthetics
    • 212/3 AA Film Aesthetics
    • 212/3 B Film Aesthetics
    • 214/4 AA English-Canadian Film
    • 215/4 A Le cinéma québecois (English)
    • 217/2 A First Nations and Film
    • 311/4 AA Montage Aesthetic
    • 312/2 A Moving Camera Aesthetic
    • 318/2 AA Experimental Film
    • 321/3 A Studies in Film Directors
    • 321/3 AA Studies in Film Directors
    • 322/3 A History of Film Since 1959
    • 323/2 A History of Animated Film (in french)
    • 325/4 A Film Acting
    • 329/2 A Women and Film
    • 332B/4 A Issues in Independent Cinema: Narrative Filmmakers 80s/90s
    • 335Q/2 AA Aspects of National Cinemas: Intro to Irish Film
    • 335S/4 A Aspects of National Cinemas: Chinese Cinema
    • 350F/4 AA Studies in Film Genres: The Horror Film
    • 391/2 A Sexual Representation/Cinema
    • 392/4 AA Queer Cinema I
    • 398Q/2 AA Special Topics in FMST: Theatre and Film
    • 409/4 A Seminar in Women's Cinema since the 1990s
    • 418/4 AA Seminar in English-Canadian Film
    • 421/2 A Seminar: Film Script Analysis
    • 448B/4 A Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Cinema and Painting
    • 450/2 A Specialization Seminar
    • 600/3 A Methods in Film Studies
    • 610F/2 A Topics in Quebec Cinema
    • Special Subject: Drawing Movement: Animate Form in Quebec
    • 620C/4 A Topics in Non-European Cinema
    • Special Subject: Chinese Cinema
    • 650A(850A)/4 A Topics in Experimental Film and Video
    • Special Subject: American Avant-Garde 1943-1970
    • 660E(860E)/4 A Topics in Film Directors
    • Special Subject: Neil Jordan
    • 660H(860H)/2 AA Topics in Film Directors
    • Special Subject: Pier Paolo Pasolini
    • 665E(865E)/2 A Topics in Film Studies
    • Special Subject: Film Script Analysis
    • 665F(865F)/2 AA Topics in Film Studies
    • Special Subject: Temporality in the Cinema
    • 800/3 A Proseminar
    • Martin Lefebvre
    • 803/2 A Seminar in Film and Moving Image Theory
    • 804/4 AA Seminar in Film, Moving Image and Cultural Theory
     
    FILM PRODUCTION
    • 231/3 A Filmmaking I
    • 231/3 B Filmmaking I
    • 231/3 C Filmmaking I
    • 231/3 D Filmmaking I
    • 231/3 E Filmmaking I
    • 332/3 A Filmmaking II (Documentary)
    • 332/3 AA Filmmaking II (Experimental)
    • 332/3 B Filmmaking II (Fiction)
    • 332/3 C Filmmaking II (Narrative)
    • 335/2 A Act & Directing Act for Screen I (English)
    • 336/4 AA Intro to Film Producing
    • 338/2 A Image I
    • 338/2 AA Image I
    • 338/2 B Image I
    • 338/2 C Image I
    • 339/2 A Montage in Filmmaking
    • 339/2 B Montage in Filmmaking
    • 339/2 C Montage in Filmmaking
    • 339/2 D Montage in Filmmaking
    • 340/4 A Sound I
    • 340/4 B Sound I
    • 340/4 C Sound I
    • 3404 D Sound I
    • 341/2 AA Writing for Film I (FR)
    • 341/2 BB Writing for Film I (EN)
    • 350/2 A Ways of Seeing in FMPR
    • 432/3 A Filmmaking III
    • 432/3 B Filmmaking III
    • 435/4 A Act & Directing Act for Screen II (English)
    • 438/2 A Image II
    • 439/4 A Advanced Montage Filmmaking
    • 441/4 AA Writing for Film II
    • 442/4 A Optical Printer Practice
    • 498J/4 A Special Topics in FMPR: Expanded Cinema
    • 498L/4 AA Special Topics in FMPR: Development Stage
    • 610/2 A Film Production I
    • 611/4 A Film Production II
    • 612/2 A Film Production III
    • 613/4 A Film Production IV

    FILM ANIMATION

    • 202/3 A Animation I
    • 202/3 AA Animation I
    • 202/3 B Animation I
    • 224/3 A Analytical Drawing
    • 224/3 AA Analytical Drawing
    • 224/3 B Analytical Drawing
    • 254/3 A Technical Aspects Animated Filmmaking
    • 254/3 AA Technical Aspects Animated Filmmaking
    • 254/3 B Technical Aspects Animated Filmmaking
    • 305/3 A Animation II
    • 306/3 A Animation II 3D Animation
    • 315/3 A From Idea to Storyboard
    • 315/3 B From Idea to Storyboard
    • 319/3 A Character Animation
    • 319/3 B Character Animation
    • 336/4 A Digital Post-Production
    • 352/4 AA Traditional Stop-Motion Animation
    • 354/4 A Digital Technical Aspects 3D
    • 398D/3 A Special Topic in Film Animation: Sound
    • 402/3 A Animation III

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