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April 1995, Week 5


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Yves Lever <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 30 Apr 1995 10:58:28 CDT
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>   These schools are quite good for film production, but none of them are
> really good for Cinema Studies per say.  If you are interested in film
> theory, history, or criticism, your best bet is in the United States, this
> is especially true at the graduate level.
>   The Canadian schools that offer courses in Cinema Studies -- like the
> University of Toronto, York University, Concordia University,  University
> of British Columbia (UBC), etc.-- can't compete with the likes of NYU,
> Iowa, Madison, USC, UCLA, and countless others.  The American schools
Why not come to Montreal for a real course in cinema studies? The course
will be in French at the University of Montreal or at the Universite du
Quebec a Montreal, but these are the only places in North America where
you can get a culture on all the world cinema. Montreal is the only city
in North America where you can see films from all over the world:
Chineese, Russian, Latin Americam, Europe, etc., usualy in original
version with subtitles in French or in English.
And Montreal is a real good city to live...
Yes Lever