For 2nd or 3rd year honours students only.
Interest in film.
At the end of the course:
Film is an art form with a completely own language and esthetics of which the use of language is mainly dependent on the director. Which tools does a director have at his disposal to create a certain effect on the audience? How is the movie shaped? How do form and content relate to each other?
Several core concepts of the classical film analysis will be discussed using an analysis model and the basic literature. Among which: narrative, documentary / fiction, mise en scene, cinematography, editing and sound.
Active participation in workgroups. Positive reviews assignments, film analysis and film plan/treatment, presentation/pitch
Students will team up with a partner to prepare a presentation based on the analytical framework. During the course students are working on their own original film plan which will be evaluated at the end of the course.
Check Datanose for the exact information.
Literature: Bordwell, D., & Thompson, K. Film Art: An Introduction.
Registration is possible for students participating in an Honours programme via an online registration form which will be made available on December 1, 10 am till December 5, 11 pm on this website.
Placement will be at random and within two weeks students will hear whether they are placed for a course.
There is NO guarantee for placement if you register after December 5, so make sure you register on time!
For questions about registration please email to: Honoursemail@example.com
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