30475 - CRITICAL APPROACHES TO THE ARTS II - MODULE II (CINEMA)
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
- Provide the students with a comprehensive understanding of how cinema works both technically and culturally.
- Help the student develop a personal capacity for expressing and analyzing cinematic narrative.
- Teach structural, cultural and linguistic theories which help the student identify significant social-cultural themes within cinematic narrative.
- Analysis of the cinematic language.
- Study of the roles and professions in the film industry.
- Creating a theoretical basis on which to understand the cultural questions represented through cinema.
The course requires attending students to prepare a mid-term paper in English based on the analysis of a video clip.
Details are given on the e-learning site for this course.
At the end of the year, there is a written exam based on class discussions, the selected vision and analysis of a film clip based on cinematographic codes and social theories and the reading requirements.
For non attending students
The course requires non attending students to answer a written exam based on the reading requirements and the selected vision and analysis of a film clip, based on cinematographic codes and social theories.
- P. JONES, L. BRADBURY, S. LE BOUTILLIER, Introducing Social Theory, Polity, 2011.
- E. ROZZO, Cinema and Social Theory: Analysis techniques for Beginning Students, Le Dispense del Pellicano, Egea, 2016.