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Narrative Film

 University of Colorado, Boulder
   

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The narrative film emphasis at CU engages film storytelling with the same aesthetic rigor that characterizes its celebrated experimental tradition. Non-traditional models and approaches are emphasized, as are tactics and forms available to the truly independent artist working outside the entertainment industry. CU narrative envisions a highly personal, regionally specific practice, as bold as the Colorado landscape itself. To facilitate such self-sufficiency, the study of narrative emphasizes the acquisition of a broad range of technical and conceptual skills. And the department maintains the best facilities possible, in both film and the various and constantly evolving technologies of new media.

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WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN? (Travis Wilkerson, 2007)

 

 

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Film Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder
Film Studies Program, ATLAS room 329, Film Studies, , Campus Box 316, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80309-0316. ph 303.492.7574 fx 303.492.1362