Film & Society class returns to campus next week

By Nayyab Rai - Staff Reporter



Highline`s Film and Society class begins next week on April 30.

The class will meet for five weeks on Mondays from 1 p.m. to 5p.m.

The 107 Film and Society class will be taught by professor Susan Rich.  She has been with Highline for 18 years and has published four books of poetry.

"The focus of the film [class] is 'Women in the Workplace.' This class looks at the situation for women at work and show we absorb culture through film," Rich said.

The films will feature women going through life as best as they can. 

They will showcase the culture and they show how we absorb that culture through film, Rich said.

In this class, students will be watching several comedies, along with movies to broaden their perspectives.

Up to 32 students are allowed to be in the class.

"If students need to pick-up an extra three credits, this is a fun way to do so," Rich said.

This class has been taught at Highline for several years, but this will be Rich`s first time teaching it. 

If you are interested in this class, registration in online at the highline website or at the Register`s office in Building 6, first floor.

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