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About Film Studies

Film Studies is an interdisciplinary program that emphasizes film as one of the humanities and examines the substantive and scholarly aspects of film (film form, theory, criticism, aesthetics, and history).

IUSB offers a minor in Film Studies.

The Film Studies minor is administered by the Film Studies Committee.

Film Studies Coordinator: Jeffrey Luppes, Assistant Professor of German in World Languages
Phone: (574) 520-4229
Email: jluppes@iusb.edu 

Fall 2014 Course Offerings

** All count towards the Film Studies minor **

CMLT C190 (4405) Introduction to Film Studies                   

Tues/Thurs 2:30-3:45

Andrew DeSelm

(Fulfills General Education Visual Literacy requirement)

CMLT C293 (35461) History of the Motion Picture I 

Tues/Thurs 11:30-12:45

Andrew DeSelm

(Fulfills General Education Visual Literacy requirement)

TEL R404 (4315) Topic. Seminar in Telecommunications: Latin American Cinema

Wednesday 11:30-2:00

Professor Samantha Joyce

(Fulfills General Education Non-Western Cultures requirement)

TEL T331 (3851) Scriptwriting

Wednesday 6:00-8:30

Thomas Joachim

Led by Indiana University President McRobbie and IU-South Bend Chancellor Terry L. Allison, students of the class of 2014 united for the formal commencement ceremony held at the University of Notre Dame on Tuesday, May 13th.
Congratulations to the class of 2014!

Film Studies minors (and English majors) Amy Pfifferling-Irons (left) and Samantha Hall (right)