Sign In  |  View Cart  |    |  Help  |  
Print Course information
Email to a friend
Return to Catalog

Catalog > Courses > SUMMER > All Summer Courses

Memory and the Corners of the Mind in Film: A Brief Study - Hybrid   

Have your flash cards at the ready as we watch, analyze, and discuss three critically acclaimed award-winning films that are notable for their non-traditional narrative approaches on the relation between memory and personal perspective. Listed in screening order, the films we will ruminate upon are “Rashomon” (1951) “Memento” (2000) and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004). Prepare to be intellectually challenged and remember nothing is as what it seems. Now where was I…

This course is hybrid.

 
Memory and the Corners of the Mind in Film: A Brief Study - Hybrid
Instructor: Bernard (Butch) Epps, M.F.A.
Course Date(s) & Time: 8/3/2023 - 8/17/2023, Th, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Pacific Time
Fee: $30.00
Location: Oliphant Auditorium, Mary Stuart Rogers Gateway Building, 37500 Cook St Palm Desert, CA 92211 

Have your flash cards at the ready as we watch, analyze, and discuss three critically acclaimed award-winning films that are notable for their non-traditional narrative approaches on the relation between memory and personal perspective. Listed in screening order, the films we will ruminate upon are “Rashomon” (1951) “Memento” (2000) and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004). Prepare to be intellectually challenged and remember nothing is as what it seems. Now where was I…

This course selection will meet on campus.

Narrative Biography:

Butch Epps has received his MFA degree from the UCLA Department of Film and Television’s Independent Producers Program where he focused on story development and working with screenwriters. He also served as the academic liaison to high profile professional faculty, including studio heads, development executives, and others. Butch has taught over 30 film appreciation courses in the Coachella Valley over the past 9 years while developing a book - his magnum opus - on Orson Welles’s Mercury Production of Citizen Kane.

 

Memory and the Corners of the Mind in Film: A Brief Study - Hybrid
Instructor: Bernard (Butch) Epps, M.F.A.
Course Date(s) & Time: 8/3/2023 - 8/17/2023, Th, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Pacific Time
Fee: $30.00
Location: ZOOM, Online, , CA  

Have your flash cards at the ready as we watch, analyze, and discuss three critically acclaimed award-winning films that are notable for their non-traditional narrative approaches on the relation between memory and personal perspective. Listed in screening order, the films we will ruminate upon are “Rashomon” (1951) “Memento” (2000) and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004). Prepare to be intellectually challenged and remember nothing is as what it seems. Now where was I…

This course selection will meet on zoom.

Narrative Biography:

Butch Epps has received his MFA degree from the UCLA Department of Film and Television’s Independent Producers Program where he focused on story development and working with screenwriters. He also served as the academic liaison to high profile professional faculty, including studio heads, development executives, and others. Butch has taught over 30 film appreciation courses in the Coachella Valley over the past 9 years while developing a book - his magnum opus - on Orson Welles’s Mercury Production of Citizen Kane.

 

Some Title