Foreign Cinema Studies Courses

  • COMFT315 – History of Italian Cinema (Padua)
  • COMFT316 – British Film and TV since 1960 (London)
  • COMFT317 – British Cinema and Society(London)
  • COMFT318 – British Television Studies (London)
  • COMFT345 – Australian Cinema (Sydney)
  • COMFT345 – Spanish Cinema (Madrid)
  • COMFT404 – Asian Cinema
  • COMFT415 – Film and TV Drama in Ireland (Dublin)
  • COMFT458 – International Masterworks
  • COMFT509 – Joseph Losey: Filmmaker in Exile
  • COMFT511 – It Came from Canada: The Films of David Cronenberg
  • COMFT513 – Three Polish Directors: Polanski, Wajda, Kieslowski
  • COMFT529 – Michael Haneke’s Cinema of Provocation
  • COMFT537 – Third World Filmmaking
  • COMFT547 – History of the Avant-garde, Part I: International Avant-garde
  • COMFT546 – German Cinema
  • COMFT548 – Antonioni/Bergman
  • COMFT550 – Scandinavian Cinema
  • COMFT563 – The French New Wave
  • COMFT576 – Global/ New Waves
  • COMFT577 – Godard
  • COMFT578 – Three Master Directors: Bunel, Ophuls, Mizoguchi
  • COMFT579 – Pathbreaking European Directors: Rossellini, Bresson, Tarkovsky
  • COMFT580 – Classics of Subversive Cinema: Vigo, Bunuel, Makaveyev
  • COMFT581 – Three Third World Directors: Pasolini, Sembene, Kiarostami

TV Studies Courses

  • COMFT520 – TV Theory and Criticism
  • COMFT524 – Golden Age of Television
  • COMFT543 – Television Comedy
  • COMFT552A1 – Women and TV
  • COMFT552 – Experimental TV
  • COMFT554 – Beyond Netflix
  • COMFT561 – Television Drama
  • COMFT570 – Uncensored TV