Faculty of Arts and Design
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Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
Course Goals

The course will take a look at how critical theories have been applied to cinema up until today. Through research, literature review, readings, independent and group work, the aim will be to apply critical theory to film.

Prerequisite(s) FILM CRITICISM
Corequisite(s) FILM CRITICISM
Special Requisite(s) The minimum qualifications that are expected from the students who want to attend the course.(Examples: Foreign language level, attendance, known theoretical pre-qualifications, etc.)
Instructor(s) Assist. Prof. Dr. Perihan Taş Öz
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule Tuesday, 10:00-12:45, 1C/04/06
Office Hour(s) Dr.Öğr.Üyesi Perihan TAŞ ÖZ, Thursday, 10:00-12:00, AK1D/16
Teaching Methods and Techniques

To provide students with a theoretical background, to watch examples, to give homework, to discuss the film and homework in class

Principle Sources

·         Zafer Özden, Film Eleştirisi, Afa, 2004.

·         Okan Ormanlı, Türk Sinemasında Eleştiri, Bileşim, 2005.

Other Sources

Seçil Büker, Y. Gürhan Topçu (Der.). Sinema: Tarih-Kuram-Eleştiri Kırmızı Kedi, 2010. Ertan Yılmaz, ‘Filmde Yöntem ve Eleştiri’, Deki, 2011.
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week addressing and discussing the term criticism Oral presentation
2. Week discussing the relationship between art and criticism Oral presentation
3. Week a look at critical theories Oral presentation
4. Week a look at critical theories Oral presentation
5. Week analyzing examples of film criticism Oral presentation
6. Week analyzing examples of film criticism Oral presentation
7. Week midterm exam
8. Week homework on film criticism Fieldwork
9. Week in class screening Fieldwork
10. Week in class screening Fieldwork
11. Week discussing screening Fieldwork
12. Week discussing screening Fieldwork
13. Week writing a criticism on the in class screenings Fieldwork
14. Week discussion of student film criticisms Fieldwork
15. Week discussion of student film criticisms Fieldwork
16. Week Overview Oral presentation
17. Week Final exam
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 20
Homework / Term Projects / Presentations 1 5
Attendance 1 10
Class work 1 5
Final Exam 1 60

Program Outcomes
PO-1Communication, art and culture related concepts to be priorities, all kinds of definitions can berelated to different areas.
PO-2Interpret technological developments and related artistic and cultural perceptions
PO-3Will be able to understand contemporary / contemporary cinema and television practices.
PO-4Will be able to analyze the organic relationship between art, communication and society.
PO-5Will be able to produce works that will learn the creative process and bring creativity to the foreground
PO-6 It will be able to work creatively, flexibly and independently in a disciplined and self-created line.
PO-7Will be able to use the tools and equipment necessary for their profession in the right place and at the right time and will be able to implement their projects within the determined time.
PO-8Will be able to express his / her creative ideas using visual messages.
PO-9 They will be able to give original products in different interdisciplinary fields like animation, photography, cinema.
PO-10 He will have experience in film management, screenplay, cinematography and editing.
PO-11 Will be able to prepare visual effects for cinema and television using computer based applications.
PO-12 He will have experience in acting, mimicry, dramatic improvisation.
PO-13 Be open to innovations in the field of mass communication and adapt to innovations in the field.
PO-14 It will be able to produce projects with experienced experts in national and international areas.
PO-15 Competitions, exhibitions, festivals, seminars etc. in national and international areas. will participate in the events.
Learning Outcomes
LO-1To develop the ability to criticize
LO-2To be critical of cinematic works
LO-3To establish relationships between cinema and other disciplines
LO-4To be able to interpret contemporary and classical works
LO-5Knowledge of classical criticism
Course Assessment Matrix:
Program Outcomes - Learning Outcomes Matrix
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