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CMP 507 Film, Society and Culture: History of Greek Cinema This course will explore film as an artistic means of expression of contemporary Greek culture. Through film screenings, discussions, and lectures, students will explore a range of older and curre
Location:
Athens, Greece
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
Students will be immersed in the film making process from examining contemporary and historical Greek Cinema to producing group and individual film projects. The program includes excursions in Athens and to Mykonos, Santorini, and Samos to visit cultural sites and to scout locations for student film projects.

CMP 507 Film, Society and Culture: History of Greek Cinema This course will explore film as an artistic means of expression of contemporary Greek culture. Through film screenings, discussions, and lectures, students will explore a range of older and current Greek films to gain knowledge on major cinematic movements which reflect social, political, economic, and cultural trends in Greece. CMP 594 Special Topics in Motion Picture: Film Production in Greece Students will broaden their narrative abilities as they direct short film(s) using local actors and locations on RED digital cinema cameras. Students will gain advanced production knowledge as they pre-produce, produce, and post a group film and individual digital projects. Lectures and demonstrations will explore the issues of producing a film in a foreign country, set and location lighting, working with advanced digital motion picture equipment, and effective post-production procedures. Workshops and lectures by local guest professionals are included. Note: No experience required! Open to all majors at all levels with an interest in any aspect of film.

Setting Description:
Athens, Greece
Cost:
Students are responsible for paying 6 credits of undergraduate tuition and a program fee of approximately $2,100. The program fee includes the following expenses: Accommodation Entrance fees and tours Welcome and farewell dinner Ground transportation Van rentals Equipment Communications Students are also responsible for: International Airfare Meals Passport & visa fees Additional transportation Course materials & supplies Personal expenses during the program Anything not specifically mentioned

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