Fatal Attraction and Scarface.
2. Narrative Structure.
Jurassic Park and Rashomon.
3. Formal Analysis.
Rules of the Game and The Sixth Sense.
The Searchers and Jungle Fever.
Sin City and Gunfight at the OK Corral.
6. Series, Sequels, and Remakes.
Goldfinger and King Kong 1933 and 2005.
7. Actors and Stars.
Morocco and Dirty Harry.
8. Audiences and Reception.
A Woman of Paris and The Crying Game.
9. Film and the Other Arts.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Nosferatu.
10. Film and its Relation to Radio and Television.
Richard Diamond, Private Detective, Peter Gunn, and Victor/Victoria.
11. Realism and Theories of Film.
The Battleship Potemkin and Umberto D.
12. Gender and Sexuality.
The Silence of the Lambs and American Gigolo.
Out of the Past, LA Confidential, and Boyz N the Hood.
Pretty Woman and The People Under the Stairs.
15. Citizen Kane: An Analysis.
16. Globalization, Digitalization, Convergence: Current Trends.
Important Film Links
Important Film Links
For general information about films, including production, reviews, credits, international video/DVD availability, as well as links to other sites:
- All Movie Guide
- Berkeley List of Film References
- Cinema Sites
- Film Index International
- Internet Movie Database
- Library of Congress
- Yahoo Entertainment Movie and Film Links
For price and availability information on DVDs, videos, radio audiotapes and CDs:
- Critics' Choice Video
- Facets Video
- Kim's Video
- Radio Spirits
For Hollywood industry news:
For Silent Cinema:
- Pordenone Silent Film Festival
For Film Music:
- The Film Music Society
- American Society of Cinematographers
For news on current Hollywood films, reviews and stars:
For academic film studies and organizations:
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