|IDS 3305 - Issues in Media, Literature, and the Arts|
|Week 12 - The Age of Innocence|
" Look let's face it, the cinema - the classical cinema - is gone. It's over. The cinema as we know it up
to now, is disappearing. It doesn't mean that cinema is dead. Rather, it's evolving. It's new, totally
new. So new, that some of us may not even be aware of what changes will occur in the next decade."|
Class Meeting #11|
Monday, November 9, 6:30 PM - 10:15 PM
Eleanor Dwight and Viola Hopkins Winner, Edith Wharton's World: Portraits of People and Places
AFI's Tribute to Martin Scorsese
Gavin Smith, "Streetsmart: Excerpts from Three Martin Scorsese Interviews" Film Comment, May/June 1998
Roger Ebert, Age of Innocence Review
Martin Scorsese: Movies and the Man
"Age of Innocence"
|Test #2 and Paper #2|
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