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Online Anatomy of Cinema: Session 2: Cinematography
Tuesday, Mar 31, 2020 7:00 PM
A four-part online film seminar

Led by faculty members of Vanderbilt University’s Program in Cinema & Media Arts

Upon completion of your order, you will receive a link to join the scheduled meeting on Zoom. On the night of the event, you will need to click on the link and enter the included password to be admitted to the seminar.
 
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During this time of social distancing, we’re offering our popular Anatomy of Cinema: How Movies Move Us seminar via Zoom* at no cost. 

We’ll offer four sessions, from 7-8pm, on successive Tuesdays, Mar 24 through Apr 14. Sessions will cover Mise-en-scène, Cinematography, Editing, and Acting in Cinema. Vanderbilt faculty members in cinema and media arts will lead interactive discussions on film technique and the aesthetic experience of the moving image.

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Session 2: Cinematography
Tue, Mar 31, 7-8pm

Sometimes described as writing with light and movement, cinematography entails the choice of film stock, lenses, framing, shot duration, and camera movement, all of which determine how we see the things, people and environments placed before the camera. Led by Iggy Cortez

About the speaker:
Iggy Cortez is the Mellon Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Arts at Vanderbilt University. His research and teaching interests include world cinema, queer aesthetics, the history of the senses, and questions of screen performance and embodiment. He is currently working on a book on nighttime across recent world cinema, and his work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, ASAP/J, and Art Asia Pacific.