Taking stock: Two decades of teaching the history, theory, and practice of audiovisual film criticism
Author(s): Witt, Michael
This article takes stock of a long-running pedagogical experiment in audiovisual film studies. The author first introduced an audiovisual essay assessment component for an undergraduate film analysis course at the University of Roehampton in 1997. He subsequently designed and introduced a course devoted entirely to the history, theory, and practice of audiovisual film criticism and analysis. He reflects here on his experience of delivering this course over many years, outlines the theoretical rationale that underpins it, and presents a selection of the audiovisual essays made by some of the approximately 600 students who have now completed it.
Witt, Michael: Taking stock: Two decades of teaching the history, theory, and practice of audiovisual film criticism. In: NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies, Jg. 6 (2017), Nr. 1, S. 35–59. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/3377.
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