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Film Project I

Code 13104
Year 2
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Cinema
Entry requirements None.
Mode of delivery -- Presencial
Work placements -- Não se aplica
Learning outcomes At the end of this Unit, the student must be able to:

a) Acquire collective dynamics skills as well as practices of planning and execution of film projects, according to specific logistic constraints
b) Operationalize, in a practical context, the procedures and instruments previously acquired in the laboratory units, aiming to create a short film
c) Think critically, and in an organized way, on the work in progress teams.
Syllabus 1. Analysis and brainstorming on a short film
2. Task assignment
3. Development of a Project file, with a tutorial monitoring by the teachers of the various technical areas
4. Project Execution: pre-production, shooting and post-production
5. Assignments presentation and discussion
Main Bibliography FELANDO, Cynthia (2015). Discovering Short Films The History and Style of Live-Action Fiction Shorts.
PATZ, Deborah (2010). Film Production Managment 101. Studio City, CA: .Michael Wise Productions.
RABIGER, Michael (2004) Directing the Documentary, 4ª Edição, Focal Press
STEVEN, Katz D. (1991). Film Directing, Shot by Shot, Visualizing from Concept to Screen, Michael Wise Productions.

Filmography:
O Pedido de Emprego (2000), de Pedro Caldas
Domingo (2005), de José Filipe Costa
Fim-de-Semana (2007), de Cláudia Varejão
A Felicidade (2008), de Jorge Silva Melo
Pele de Cordeiro (2015), de Flávio Ferreira
A brief history of Princess X (2016), de Gabriel Abrantes
Thrusday Night (2017), de Gonçalo Almeida
Teus Braços, Minhas Ondas (2018), de Débora Gonçalves
Da Capo (2019), de Mário de Oliveira
Alva (2018),de Guilherme Alvão Nogueira e Jorge Lucas
Criados na Serra (2016),de Maria Inês Santos
Mais azul (2019),de Apolo Santos, Laura Tovela
Flor de Lótus (2018),de Marisa Alves Pedro et alli
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Attendance and participation in classroom will be key factors for measuring the achievement of the proposed goals.
The participation of students in the classroom sessions will be crucial for the analysis and discussion of the adopted procedures.
The shift coordinators and teachers of each technical area will determine, during the course length, the required forms of evaluation and the type of penalty to be applied in case of non-compliance.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-06-22

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