HWST 263 : Hawaiian and Indigenous Film

This course is a study of films created by Hawaiian and Indigeneous cinematic filmmakers and their adaptation to the screen in cinematic storytelling. Focus is to be placed on the narrative and dramatic film genre.

Prerequisites

Grade of C or better in ENG 100, as well as C or better in HWST 107 or PACS 108, or instructor consent.

Course Outcomes

  • Illustrate major themes seen across different filmic works.
  • Describe the diversity of filmic opinions, conflict, and commonality in cinematic stories.
  • Discuss cinematic stories and storytellers from a range of ethnic and cultural indigenous groups.

Course Details

Discipline:

Credits:

3

Lecture Hours:

3

Designation:

DH