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FI230H: Film & Identity

Resources for research on film and identity for Prof. Petersen's FI230H course.

Welcome!

This course guide will assist you in your research for Film & Identity. It will help you locate information in print and via the Library's online databases for your assignments. Don't forget, we're here to help.

Opening Survey

 

Assignment: Intersections Essay

  • Consider the intersections between one form of identity from the second half of the course (race, ethnicity, sexuality, ability) with another form of identity that we have studied this semester as explored in a film of your choice by analyzing, evaluating, interpreting, and/or synthesizing information found through research.
  • Things to incorporate
    • Context for the film
    • Identities being discussed
    • mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, and/or sound 
  • At least three sources beyond your film, one can be course text American on Film