If you end up taking this class there are a ton of architects that used film theory, jargon, devices withing their architecture.
Tschumi is the obvious one that comes to my mind. La Villette's "cinematic walk." There are better examples in his body of work though. I know there are a few books that were produced by him/about him in the late 80s that had spatial design concepts based on the movement of film sequences. These designs were then attached to form a house.
Thanks for the info. I actually took the class last year, it was pretty interesting. We did a ton of digital animation on 3dmax...However, so much time was spent producing and rendering it was hard to get a handle on the real issue....architecture/film theory. I know there is a film sequence reference to choreographed movents in the movie "Frankenstien" in Tschumi book Event Cities.
I will direct the people who are currently in that studio to this post.