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Cinema and Other Arts

Code 13576
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Cinema
Entry requirements Not applicable.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face
Work placements None
Learning outcomes At the end of the course, the student must:
1 - Master the main criteria of differentiation and convergence of the arts
2 - Identify the place of cinema in the arts system and its complexity
3 - Be able to explore critically and creatively the connection between cinema and other arts, historically and contemporaneously
4 - Reflect on the reciprocity of the articulation of cinema with the arts
Syllabus 1. Singularities
1.1 One number: seven
1.2 An etymology: cine
1.3 A tension: writing
1.4 A design: gesamtkunstwerk
1.5 A decade: 1920
1.6 A visionary: Abel Gance
1.7 One sign: the 2001 monolith - A Space Odyssey
1.8 A plan: counterbalanced
1.9 A work: Histoire (s) du Cinema
1.10 A filmmaker: Andrei Tarkovski
1.11 An artist: Andy Warhol
1.12 A concept: Verfremdungseffekt
1.13 A contrast: chiaroscuro
1.14 A space: the white cube
1.15 An absence: the out-of-bounds
1.16 A technique: animation
1.17 One genre: biopic
1.18 A function: artistic direction
1.19 An experience: Stan Brakhage
1.20 An oxymoron: cinematics

2. Affinities
2.1 Architecture
2.2 Sculpture
2.3 Painting
2.4 Poetry
2.5 Music
2.6 Dance
2.7 Photography
2.8 Comics
2.9 Literature
2.10 Illustration
2.11 Design
2.12 Street Art
2.13 Theater
2.14 Opera
Main Bibliography 1.1: Canudo, Ricciotto (1995), L’Usine aux Images, Séguier
1.2: Mannoni, Laurent (2003), A Grande Arte da Luz e da Sombra, Senac
1.3: Balazs, Bela (2010), Early Film Theory: The Visible Man and The Spirit of Film, Berghahn Books
1.4: Wagner, Richard. 2003. A Obra de Arte do Futuro. Antígona
1.5: AAVV (1979), Film as Film, Arts Council of Great Britain
1.6: Cuff, Paul. 2015. A Revolution for the Screen: Abel Gance’s Napoleon. Amsterdam University Press
1.7: Benson, Michael (2019), Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke and the Making of a Masterpiece, Simon & Schuster
1.8: Welch, David (2001), Propaganda and the German Cinema, IB Tauris
1.9: Witt, Michael (2013), Jean-Luc Godard, Cinema Historian, Indiana University Press
1.10: Tarkovski, Andrei (1989), Sculpting in Time, University of Texas Press
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria 1. Exposition, contextualization and theoretical problematization.
2. Case studies.
3. Analysis, discussion and monitoring of the work.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-03-11

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