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ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan
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Film & Video Directing (Spring 2004): textbook Grammar of the Film Language by Daniel Arijon
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Course Objective: To gain knowledge of the basic elements and tools an artist uses to create a work of art and to develop awareness and appreciation of the history and ideas in the dramatic, musical and visual arts through study and experience with these arts.
All students are required to attend scheduled art, music and theatre events outside of class.
GRADES: 90.5 and above = A, 80-90.4 = B, 70-79 = C, 60-69 = D, 59 and below = F.
5 event papers 8 points each -- 40 points
Quizzes, participation, attendance -- 30 points
Presentations/Projects -- 20 points
Final exam -- 10 points
Total = 100 points
Texts: SHOWS directory!
Event Ticket/Procedures: Students will pick up tickets for their play and concert options from the respective ticket office. As soon as you know the date you wish to attend a performance, pick up a theatre ticket at the Theatre Box Office (SE edge of the Great Hall) or concert ticket from the Fairbanks Symphony office just inside the entrance doors to Davis Hall. Plan ahead to ensure seat availability. Concerts are single performances in each case.
Attendance required at 5 of the following events: 2 Theatre UAF shows, Art Gallery, 2 Music Dept. concerts (see instructor if you have another option not listed that you would like to attend)
 Fri. 7/9 INTRO. Aesthetics.
 Mon. 10/9 Film Language and Language of Drama. Film Paper (draft). How to read films. [see Film-North]
 12/9 "The Poetics" (Aristotle) -- 6 Principles. Character & Actor's text. Acting: System and Method. Monologues selection. [If you lost your Class Survey Form, print it and bring to class]
 13/9 STRUCTURE. "Character" and Improvization and Monologue -- Improv in class.
 15/9 Hero, Story/Plot and Idea. Forms and Message. Pictures and Motion Pictures.
 17/9 VISUAL CULTURE. Dramatic and Visual composition.
 20/9 CONFLICT. "Action": Directing -- Scenes breakdown
 22/9 Theories of Beauty (Philosophy)
 24/9 TEXTURE Analysis: Language (Words), Music and Spectacle.
 27/9 SPECTACLE II. Film and Show. Interpretation and CONCEPT.
 29/9 Film Test (I)
 1/10 How to read the Play: From Script to Performance/Production. Read "3 Sisters".
 4/10 Script and Performance. How to see the Show. (Read "Hamlet" 1996 -- see video)
 6/10 How to Act. Theatre Games. See Acting 121 on-line test.
 8/10 Improvization [See "Alice" at Theatre UAF]
 11/10 [Comedy: "12th Night" -- Home]. Music guest-lecture I.
 13/10 [Home -- GENRE: Comedy, Tragedy, Drama. [See Alice]] Music Guest-Lecture II.
 15/10 [Second paper (Play Analysis) due. (2) What is Style? Author, artist, creator.] Music Guest-lecture III.
 20/10 Art & Theatre. Theatre Quiz (II)
 22/10 Music and Language.
 25/10 Music in Film & Theatre (Amadeus)
 27/10 The Mikado: scenes (light opera, comic opera and musical comedy).
 29/10 Historical Overview: Periods and Styles. The Classics. Music Quiz (III)
 1/11 Post-Antiquity: Christianity and the West. Music paper due. (3)
 3/11 Early Modernity: Shakespeare & America to New Physics & Revolutionary Age.
 5/11 Protestant Reformation, Industrial Revolution, Capitalism and Socialism.
 8/11 High Modernity: Technologies of the Future, Einstein, Space, World Wars and the end of History.
 10/11 Postmodern: 1945 or 1968? New World Order and Globalism.
 12/11 Today: Media, Entertainment, Propaganda and Current Theories.
 15/11 Film, Digital Revolution and Art after Y2K.
 17/11 Social Applications of Art. [Must see "The Three Sisters" at Theatre UAF]
 19/11 History/Art Quiz. (IV)
 22/11 Art & Culture.
 24/11 Art & History.
 1/12 Scenes Run-Through.
 3/12 Scenes Memorized.
 6/12 Rehearsals.
 8/12 Run-Through.
 10/12 Scenes.
 13/12 Last Class
Dec. 15-18 Finals. Last paper due (5) Presentations: scenes & monologues
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Lesson #60 or 90 min
1. review (previous class)
3. new key terms & definitions
4. viewing film segments
5. issues & topics
6. questions, discussion, analysis
7. in class work
9. improv & games
12. online, journals
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