Winter 2020 - First off, this class is much more difficult than FILM TV 6A. I felt that the subject matter of this class was boring and uninteresting from the start so this review may be biased. I simply wanted to get a class out of the way for the film minor. Prof Greene was extremely dry. Her voice is like listening to NPR in slow-mo. She is kind and walks around to meet students. She is extremely fair and says exactly what she means. However, this class is almost 4 hours and sometimes she would try to fit in double screenings. I felt that the length of the class was the biggest challenge - in terms of staying awake and engaged. There is a midterm and a supposed "cumulative" final. I say "cumulative" because it primarily focuses on material after the midterm but she says you must know things from before to support your answers. I took the final online due to COVID 19 so it was probably much easier than in the past. However, the exams are short answer questions and straightforward. There are also 2 short essays - the only challenge there is with the word count. The final project was not difficult and I found that it was just meant to engage us further our creativity with the material. In hindsight, I would not take this class because of its length and material. However, it was not as much of a waste of time as my other classes this quarter.