• Susan Baptist a Projectionist Shows Training Films for the Troops as well as More Popular Motion Pictures


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Moving Pictures: Connecting with Documentary Film


Documentary films often depend on primary archival sources and can themselves become primary sources for studying the culture, technology, history and aesthetics of the time in which they were made. This course explores the role of archival sources within documentary through screenings, discussions and projects using the Library of Congress collections. Teachers will produce a short film that draws upon this resource and, in the process, learn about research techniques, non-linear editing and ethics around archival usage. Lessons that may be brought forward to students include the artistic and/or historical possibilities of working with such resources and best practices for using online research tools. There will also be a discussion of rights and Fair Use.
Credits & Fees
3.0 credits
Tuition: $525, $50 materials fee
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Non-credit
Tuition: FREE, $50 materials fee
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Dates/Times/Location
Monday August 5-Friday, August 9, 2019
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
The University of the Arts
 
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Instructor
Michael Attie

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