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Portuguese Cinema

Code 13574
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Cinema
Entry requirements Not applicable. > Not applicable.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face.
Work placements Not applicable.
Learning outcomes This course aims to help students:
a) acquire advanced knowledge about the theory and history of Portuguese cinema, and main associated problems, and deepen knowledge acquired and discussed by students in the degree;
b) develop the critical and reflexive sense of the debate around the issues addressed during the semester;
c) enhance the capacity for autonomy and independence in research, in the treatment of information and in its exposition, as well as the argumentative and articulating capacity of various theoretical and practical contents. > This course aims to help students:
a) acquire advanced knowledge about the theory and history of Portuguese cinema, and main associated problems, and deepen knowledge acquired and discussed by students in the degree;
b) develop the critical and reflexive sense of the debate around the issues addressed during the semester;
c) enhance the capacity for autonomy and independence in research, in the treatment of information and in its exposition, as well as the argumentative and articulating capacity of various theoretical and practical contents.
Syllabus 1. What is Portuguese Cinema?
1.1. Histories of the History of Portuguese Cinema.
2. Internationalization of Portuguese Cinema.
2.1. The neo-realism of Manuel Guimarães.
2.2. The new Portuguese cinema.
3. Transnational cinemas
3.1. The Manoel de Oliveira case.
3.2. The Pedro Costa case.
3.3. The João Pedro Rodrigues case.
4. Trends in Contemporary Portuguese Cinema.
5. Genealogies and filiations in Portuguese Cinema. > 1. What is Portuguese Cinema?
1.1. Histories of the History of Portuguese Cinema.
2. Internationalization of Portuguese Cinema.
2.1. The neo-realism of Manuel Guimarães.
2.2. The new Portuguese cinema.
3. Transnational cinemas
3.1. The Manoel de Oliveira case.
3.2. The Pedro Costa case.
3.3. The João Pedro Rodrigues case.
4. Trends in Contemporary Portuguese Cinema.
5. Genealogies and filiations in Portuguese Cinema.
Main Bibliography Baptista, Tiago (2008). A Invenção do Cinema Português. Lisboa: Tinta da China;
Cunha, Paulo & Sales, Michelle (coord.) (2013). Cinema Português. Um guia essencial. São Paulo: SESI;
Figueiredo, Nuno & Guarda, Dinis (dirs.) (2004). Portugal: um retrato cinematográfico. Lisboa: N_NúmeroMagazine;
Mendes, João Maria (2012). Novas e Velhas Tendências do Cinema Português Contemporâneo. Lisboa: Gradiva;
Ribas, Daniel & Dias, Miguel (coord.) (2010). Agência. Uma Década em Curtas. Vila do Conde: Curtas CRL;
Sapeta Dias, Inês et al. (2007). Ler Cinema: O Nosso Caso (conversas e outros textos em volta de um certo cinema português). Lisboa: Videoteca/CML. > Baptista, Tiago (2008). A Invenção do Cinema Português. Lisboa: Tinta da China;
Cunha, Paulo & Sales, Michelle (coord.) (2013). Cinema Português. Um guia essencial. São Paulo: SESI;
Figueiredo, Nuno & Guarda, Dinis (dirs.) (2004). Portugal: um retrato cinematográfico. Lisboa: N_NúmeroMagazine;
Mendes, João Maria (2012). Novas e Velhas Tendências do Cinema Português Contemporâneo. Lisboa: Gradiva;
Ribas, Daniel & Dias, Miguel (coord.) (2010). Agência. Uma Década em Curtas. Vila do Conde: Curtas CRL;
Sapeta Dias, Inês et al. (2007). Ler Cinema: O Nosso Caso (conversas e outros textos em volta de um certo cinema português). Lisboa: Videoteca/CML.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2018-07-05

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