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Cinema Studies Institute

Emerging as a technological novelty at the turn of the twentieth century, cinema quickly developed in multiple directions simultaneously: as a complex and varied artform; as an influential mass entertainment; as an often controversial social phenomenon; and as an economic force. more...

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2016-2017 Fall/Winter 400-Level Seminars

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CIN410H1F
The "End" in Cinema

Bond_James_Bond

CIN430H1S
Bond, James Bond

Graphic Course

CIN431H1S
Graphic!

Bart Testa Benjamin Wright Nicholas Sammond
W1-5 T3-6 W10-12 W4-6 R11-1
     

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CIN450H1F
Feelings and Networks

Maggie Cheung moving image gallery

CIN452H1S
Expanded Cinema: Moving Images in the Gallery

Time_and_the_humancondition

CIN470H1F
Time and the Human Condition

Scott Richmond Kass Banning Alberto Zambenedetti
T3-5 W1-3 M1-3 T1-3 M9-11 R9-11


2016 Summer Session

Introcourse

CIN105Y1Y
Intro to Film Study

Sciencefiction

CIN211H1S
Science Fiction Film

Filmnoir

CIN240H1F
Film Noir

Ben Wright Blake Williams Celine Bell
TR 12-4 MW 12-4 MW 12-4
     

Horrorfilm2016

CIN320H1S
Horror Film and The Real

Issues Authorship I

CIN352H1F
Issues in Film Authorship I: Tarantino, Haneke, and Akerman

Earlycinema

CIN380H1F
From Mob to Moviegoer: Taming Early Cinema's Unruly Audience

Kevin Chabot Anjo-mari Gouws Tom Russell
TR 12-4 TR 12-4 MW 5-9


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Applications for Graduate Studies now closed

The Cinema Studies Institute at the University of Toronto offers a funded 12-month M.A. program, and a Ph.D. program in Cinema Studies with four years of funding.


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CIN Graduate Elective Seminars 2016-17

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