PHIL 2015 Thinking Cinema
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 101989
Coordinator Alex Ling Opens in new window
Description Through close examinations of key philosophical and theoretical writings on film, this subject considers the many ways in which cinema has been 'thought' throughout its short history. Incorporating ontological, phenomenological, psychoanalytic, poststructuralist, cognitivist and other approaches, the subject explores the ways in which key philosophical and theoretical concepts have been taken up and addressed by film, in addition to considering the ways in which cinema can be seen to 'think' for itself.
School Humanities & Comm Arts
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 2 subject
Equivalent Subjects LGYA 1673 - Film and Philosophy
Restrictions Successful completion of 40 credit points of study in currently enrolled program.
- Demonstrate a critical understanding of theories on the relationship between film and philosophy
- Apply theoretical approaches in film aesthetics to philosophical problems
- Use research skills to investigate the relationship between film and philosophy
- Communicate the relevance of philosophical concepts to the analysis of modern art and culture
- cinema as Reproduction
- ontology of The Image
- Technology and Ideology
- The Imaginary Signifier (l)
- programming The Look
- Spectatorship and sexual difference
- The Imaginary Signifier (ll)
- movement and time
- what is cinema Now?
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Presentation - Tutorial presentation plus short written paper||Presentation - 10 minutes Written paper - 500 words||15||N||Individual|
|Essay - Minor||1,000 words||35||N||Individual|
|Research Essay||2,000 words||50||N||Individual|
- Subject Reader