[EWC] Course Materials for 'Screenwriting & Philosophy' – FA/FILM 4600 3.0, GS 5123 3.0, Fall Term, 2005-2006.
Cameron, Evan Wm.
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Outline, Readings and Guide for Writing a Commentary (for student use) and the Schedule of Lectures and Screenings [for private use of EWC] for a one-term course for advanced students of screenwriting or philosophy (and others, if interested) on Screenwriting and Philosophy. First offered in the fall term of 2001, the course was offered again in 2002, 2005 and 2008. The materials here presented, as used in 2005, are comparable in kind to those of the earlier and latter.
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