FILM 345 (CA) Minor Cinema: The Case of Spain (1)
This course takes as its point of departure the concept of “minor cinema” developed from the theoretical work on “minor literature.” It uses the history of Spanish film production and distribution as a case study of minor cinematic practices through its unique intersection of politics, colonization, and collectivity. A brief history of Spanish cinema will introduce the course, but the emphasis will be on the dictatorship of General Francisco Franco (1939-1975) to the present.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Creating in the Arts
- Prerequisite: FILM 210W or consent of instructor
- Offering: Fall
- Instructor: Cox