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Dear colleagues,

Please inform and refresh the memory of your students, friends and any other
people who may be interested in the program. This is the program's first
year, and a strong student group is essential to the program's survival and
success.

Many thanks, Yomi.


REMINDER OF APPROACHING DEADLINE
SUMMER PROGRAM IN CHINESE CINEMA HISTORY AND CRITICISM
Hosted by the Beijing Film Academy
Administered by the University of Washington
Open to students worldwide
Dates: July 3-30, 2006
Web site: http://faculty.washington.edu/yomi/bfa-uw.html 

The program, taught by Western and Chinese scholars, is aimed at upper-level
undergraduate and M.A. students. Eight mini-courses (equivalent to 120
contact hours) acquaint the students with the history of Chinese cinema,
with critical terms for discussing formal, institutional and ideological
concerns, and with the Asian and global contexts of Chinese filmmaking. No
knowledge of Chinese language is required.

The program cost is $3,000 + registration fee.

Publicity material, including the program flyer and brochures, will be sent
upon request. It can also be downloaded at:
http://faculty.washington.edu/yomi/bfa-uw-flyer.pdf and 
http://faculty.washington.edu/yomi/bfa-uw-brochure.pdf

Yomi Braester, Program Director
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