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Utilizing viewings, lectures and class discussion and emphasizing film theory, criticism and history, German Expressionism explores the creative and dynamic interrelationships in Germany of the Expressionist Film Movement in the time between the two world wars as well as the re-interpretation of that period prior to reunification. Expressionism and Post-Expressionism as movements will be explored within the context of the times, concentrating on the intensity of the artist’s inner world capturing the nightmarish quality of artistic vision. Emphasis will be placed on the “mood” of Expressionism and how art anticipates history.