AMS 220 - The Catholic Imagination of Four American Filmmakers
1 semester, 3 Credits (Fine Arts Core)
An intensive study of the films of John Ford, Frank Capra, Alfred Hitchcock, and Martin Scorsese emphasizing the Catholic imagination from which each of these directors was influenced. The social, psychological, and theological themes found in each filmmaker are considered as ways in which they used their personal concerns to tell popular stories. Same as TDF 220.