At the end of the course the student is expected to be able to:
- Identify the most relevant movements, schools, genres, styles, authors and productions in the History of Cinema, from its origins to our days.
- Acknowledge the basic elements of filmic language and how they have been used throughout history, as well as to analyze them in particular films.
- Understand the relationship between film as a cultural product and the historic, ideological, artistic and social context in which it emerges.
- Locate the information necessary to correctly fulfill his or her duties, as well as interpret it in order to elaborate contents and well-formed opinions.
- Communicate and argue with academic rigor on the contents of the course, both in oral and written form.
- Work with neatness, efficiency and in depth, both on his or her own and in groups.