|Module Title||SHAKESPEARE ON FILM AND TELEVISION|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Mikel Koven|
|Semester||Intended for use in future years|
|Next year offered||N/A|
|Next semester offered||N/A|
|Course delivery||Lecture||20 Hours Lecture/Seminars|
|Other||Weekly viewing as timetabled|
- critically assess the variety and often conflicting analytical paradigms which characterise the study of literary adaptations in general, and Shakespeare in film specifically;
- critically assess who a Shakespearian film is addressing, an discuss how that address is constructed;
- critically assess differing approaches to genre in the Shakespearian film;
- crucially assess the different perspectives between literary/theatre studies notion of the author, within film studies.
- have an understanding of the major critical discourses of film studies (i.e. the auteur theory, classical Hollywood cinema, genre study);
- know the basic terminology that film studies utilise (mise-en-scene, montage, frame, diegetic/non-diegetic sources, etc.);
- are familiar with certain key textbooks; specifically Pam Cook's The Cinema Book and Bordwell and Thompson's Film Art an introduction.
This module is at CQFW Level 6