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RHMS 200 Media Design and Criticism

Faculty: Christenson, Sebok
Content: Theory, aesthetics, and practice in the production of messages for film and television. Organizing principles and aesthetic theories concerning connections between form and content, text and audience. Topics include narrative style and structure, visual composition, continuity and montage, and basic production practices in image creation, audio, and editing.
Prerequisites: RHMS 100.
Corequisites: Attend required film screening sessions.
Usually offered: Annually, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.

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