2013 Camden International Film Festival Course
The Camden International Film Festival Course – Fall 2013
Small Towns, Big Films
Nonfiction Storytelling Along The Rugged Coast Of Maine
Announcing a special three-credit UMaine course with four classes on Saturdays – September 14 and 21, November 9 and December 7 plus festival attendance on September 26 – 29, 2013.
There are no pre-requisites for this course and faculty permission is not required. To register for the course, call 207.581.3143, Continuing Education Division, Chadbourne Hall. For more information, call Marlene Charron, at 207.581.4095, or visit our website at: dll.umaine.edu/cd.
To learn more about the Camden Film Festival, please go to: www.camdenfilmfest.org
This course can be taken in your choice of any of the following course designators:
ARH 361-0860 IND (1240) Topics in Art History
ART 360-0860 LEC (1263) Topics in Studio Art
ENG 480-0860 LEC (1880) Topics in Film
NMD 398-0860 IND (2392) Topics in New Media
UST 300-0860 SEM (2721) Core Course in Univ Studies
ARH 597-0860 IND (2819) Independent Graduate Study
ART 497-0860 IND (3329) Ind Std in Studio Art
Class Dates: Saturdays – September 14, September 21, November 9 and December 7
Times: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Hill Auditorium, Room 165, Engineering Sciences Research Building, Barrows Hall
There are no pre-requisites and instructor permission is not required for the undergraduate courses. Students seeking graduate credit for this course should contact Professor Michael Grillo, tel: 581-3246, email@example.com.
This course will teach students to critically assess documentary films, so that they can participate fully in the Camden International Film Festival. Preparatory classes will engage students in the critical language, history, and potentials of documentary filmmaking. Besides attending the screenings at the Festival, students will have opportunities to discuss the films in public forums, and meet for further dialogues in seminar conferences with some of the filmmakers and key industry leaders. Selected student projects may be screened at the 2013 festival.
Attendance is required throughout the entire Camden International Film Festival in Camden and Rockland on September 26 – 29, 2013. This includes film screenings and events beginning Thursday evening through Sunday evening. Attendance is also required at all class meetings during the festival at 3 PM on Thursday, 9 AM on Friday and Saturday, and 10 AM on Sunday. Students must provide their own transportation and lodging during the festival.
Attendees have the opportunity for intimate interaction with filmmakers through events specifically created to facilitate such relationships. These events include panels, workshops, special events, and musical performances, all of which are open to students enrolled in the course.