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Multimedia Laboratory II

Code 10965
Year 2
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements N/A
Mode of delivery on-campus
Work placements N/A
Learning outcomes To understand, analyze and use the language of the moving image; to investigate and experiment with the technology and the narrative strategies of contemporary audiovisual production; to develop creativity and critical thinking in the production of videographic work of interdisciplinary character.
By the end of this course, students will be able to: demonstrate and use the fundamentals of the language of the moving image, both technically and conceptually; plan and perform original videographic work with an interdisciplinary perspective.
Syllabus Origins and history of the moving image; fundamentals of the language of the moving image; contaminations art-film-video; film and narrative TV ads; scientific documentaries; docufiction; found footage; expanded image. Development of individual/group projects: timing of projects in various stages: design and rationale, prototypes/sketches, production and postproduction and exhibition/public presentation.
Main Bibliography BONET, E.; DOLS, J.; MERCADER, A. ; MUNTADAS, A.: En torno al vídeo. Gustavo Gili. Barcelona, 1980.
BONET, E.: La Instalación Como Hipermedio (Una Aproximación), in Media Culture, Barcelona, L’Angelot, 1995.
BURCH, N.: Theory of Film Practice. Princeton University Press, 1992.
BURCH, N.: La lucarne de l'infini : Naissance du langage cinématographique. L'Harmattan , 2007.
MACHADO, A.: Pré-cinemas e pós-cinemas. São Paulo, Papirus Editora: 2005.
PEREZ ORNIA, J. R.: El arte del video. Introducción a la historia del video experimental. RTVE y Ediciones del Serbal, Barcelona, 1991.
RIESER, M.; ZAPP, A.: New Screen Media, Cinema/Art/Narrative. London, British Film Institute, 2002.
RUSSETT, R.; STARR, C.: Experimental Animation. Da Capo Press, 1988.
YOUNGBLOOD, G.: Expanded Cinema. E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. New York, 1970.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The pedagogical activities and methodologies are divided as follows: theoretical lectures with examples and discussion of practical cases, group/individual development of projects (Project based learning), labs and discussion seminars.

The evaluation is continuous and will be based on student participation in seminars, development, evolution and presentation of group/individual projects, aesthetic and technical quality of the work as well as creativity.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-05-12

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