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ENGL3916Canadian Film Since 1967 (O)3 ch (3C) [W]

Through the study of various representative Canadian filmmakers and prevalent genres, this course will explore the roles regionalism, commercialism, and independent filmmaking play in defining national ideas about Canadian cinema and film audiences. This course concurrently traces developments in Canadian film production, policy, funding, distribution, and use since the creation of Telefilm (formerly the CFDC) and how these funding and cultural policies have affected and responded to the central themes and issues facing Canadian filmmakers and audiences. NOTE: Students who already have credit for ENGL 3966 cannot obtain credit for FILM 3916/ENGL 3916.

Prerequisite: ENGL 1000 (or equivalent) or permission of the instructor.