Welcome! A diverse variety of film classes are offered here at WCC. Each course is designed to enhance your appreciation for the most influential popular art form in modern history: Film. Our numerous film classes encourage students to view films with a critical eye, attending not only basic elements of cinematic form, but also an increased awareness of film as art.
All courses fulfill Humanities credits, and many fulfill writing, global and diversity credits. See our full list of Film offerings for the 2019-2020 academic year.
- Departments:English Composition & Literature, Film
- Divisions:Arts & Humanities, Kulshan Hall (KUL)
- Title:English Full-time Faculty
- Office LocationKUL 216
Sue Lonac earned her Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of California at Davis in 1995. A lifelong movie buff, she loves directors Terrence Malick, Ava DuVernay, John Sayles, John Schlesinger, Jessica Yu, and the Coen brothers, among others. She writes for Seattle Screen Scene and volunteers for the Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival and the Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival. At WCC, she presently teaches Film 120: Film Adaptations and a course that she built herself, Film 160: American Women Filmmakers.