Thea 303: Indigenous Storytelling on Screen
In this course, students will study the history and traditions of
filmmaking in indigenous communities from the early 20th century to the
present. Students will explore the unique approaches to the medium
arising from these cultures, including narrative structure, visual
language, and oral storytelling traditions. The class will analyze work
from indigenous communities around the world including (but not limited
to) the Americas, Australia, the Pacific Islands, and Scandinavia.
- Studio: Studio for Thea 303
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