Tues & Thurs, 12:00 - 4:00 pm
July 2 - August 8
Instructor: Nelson Kim
The nature of cinema as a technology, a business, a cultural product, an entertainment medium, and most especially an art form. Study of cinematic genres, stylistics, and nationalities; outstanding film artists and artisans; the relationship of cinema to other art forms and media, as well as to society.
Materials Fee: $30
Please note that this fee is in addition to the tuition rate and standard enrollment fees for the course. For more information, please see School of Continuing Education Summer Sessions Tuition & Fees.
About the Instructor
Nelson Kim holds a BA in English and Film from the University of California at Berkeley and an MFA in Film Directing from Columbia University's School of the Arts. He wrote and directed the short films DEAD MAN'S MORPHINE (Urbanworld Film Festival; Second Prize, Rod Serling Screenwriting Competition), IF YOU ARE SATISFIED (New Filmmakers Series at Anthology Film Archives), and LONG DISTANCE (Palm Springs Shortfest, San Francisco Asian American International Film Festival, Asia Society, New Beijing International Movie Week).