Time: September 19, 2013 at 6:30pm to October 24, 2013 at 9:45pm
Location: Santa Rosa Junior College, Community Education
Street: 1501 Mendocino Avenue / Room 1691 Emeritus Hall
City/Town: Santa Rosa, CA
Event Type: community, education, class
Organized By: Community Education, SRJC
Latest Activity: Sep 1, 2013
Myth and the Movies
In this course we’ll view and discuss six outstanding films through a mythic lens. We’ll explore how different cinematic styles and genres convey universal quests for meaning, belonging, and transformation. Along the way, we’ll examine production design, cinematography, sound, and story, unpacking how great filmmakers bring the realm of myth and folklore vividly to life.
—Identify Archetypal Themes and Images in Movies
—Uncover Mythic Narratives Across Cinematic Genres
—Recognize Universal Elements of Myths and Folk Tales
—Discover the Symbolic Language of Film
Join our engaging lectures and soulful discussions of timeless films, including: Bride of Frankenstein, The Night of the Hunter, Chinatown, The Piano, and other mythic treasures.
Santa Rosa Junior College / Community Education
Room 1691 Emeritus Hall
1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
Six Thursdays: September 19 - October 24
6:30 to 9:40 PM / FEE: $108.00
More info: 707-527-4372. Register online at: www.santarosa.edu/communityed
Terry Ebinger, MS, brings nearly thirty years as a depth psychological educator, dream consultant, and group leader to unique courses bridging film studies, archetypal psychology, and cultural anthropology. Contact Terry at Dreamterry@gmail.com.