ONLINE! The Art of Film

Code: MT22003

Dates: June 7 - July 19, 2021

Meets: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sessions: 6

Course Fee: $89.00

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Explore the amazing art of film from its inception through today. It will enhance your love of films which is a language far more eloquent than words. Understanding the intent of every aspect of a movie—from lighting to color to characters to sound—can help you not only appreciate the movies you're watching at a much more profound level but also open your eyes to the multitude of ways you're receiving cues from this multi-layered art form. A great filmmaker controls every sensation the movie evokes—tremors or tears, goosebumps or giggles. Let's explore great films! Join award-winning filmmaker, actress and professor Gabrielle Miller as she takes you behind the scenes in this discussion-based, dynamic and fun journey through the art of films.
Fee: $89.00

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Gabrielle Miller

Gabrielle Miller is an award-winning filmmaker and actress who has performed and directed across the world. Her short film, “9 Lives: Chapter One” was an Official Selection for over 25 international film festivals and garnered over 10 awards of excellence including the coveted Best Short Film Award. She has taught courses at Marymount Manhattan College, the University of Idaho and currently teaches in Film Studies at Saint Joseph's University. She has performed her one-woman educational performance for thousands including at The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, The Museum of the City of New York, Universal Studios Educational Theatre and for the United States Naval Base receiving an accomodation for her work. She was the Chair of Theatre and Film at the Episcopal Academy for 5 years where she added film studies programming to the humanities curriculum. She can be seen on QVC as a guest host and in such films as “Hollywould” alongside Eric Roberts. She has been teaching at Saint Joseph’s University for 10 years creating new curriculum in courses such as Women in Film, The Art of Comedy, Chaplin/Keaton, and Great American Performances.

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