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International Requirement
From its earliest days cinema has been the result of cross-border cooperation and the movements of its practitioners. In addition, some of the most perceptive cinematic images of societies have been made by those excluded or marginalized by such societies of foreign to them. Thus ex-patriot filmmakers have been significant parts of many national film industries-both those they join and those from which they hail. The goal of this class is to explore film making traditions and styles from a number of diverse cultures, as they interact with each other in the context of exiled and diasporic film makers.