Reading Moving Image (Film and Television)
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Area of Study
Media and Journalism, Radio/Television/Film, Social Media
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4
Hours & Credits
OverviewCOMPETENCES AND SKILLS THAT WILL BE ACQUIRED AND LEARNING RESULTS.1) Ability to recognize the most important methodologies in the study of moving image analysis.2) Familiarization with the terminology of film grammar.3) Introduction the practical works on moving image analysis.4) Ability to work with mature and specialized bibliography.5) Knowledge of the main strategies of essay writing.DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS: PROGRAMME1) Introduction to film grammar. Shot typology.2) Introduction to aesthetics and cinema.3) The moving image in history. Evolutions and mutations of moving image language.4) Sound and image. Music as a visual element.5) Introduction to editing and moving image.6) The moving image and the creation of cultural identities.LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND METHODOLOGYAll sessions are divided in one LECTURE, based on a theoretical presentation, plus one SEMINAR, in whichstudents work on their practical exercises. Students are expected to attend all sessions and participate in thedebates. Deadlines for written work must be strictly met. Presentations are compulsory and must be prepared and discussed with the tutor.ASSESSMENT SYSTEM- 50 % end-of-term-examination- 50 % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals, presentation): 100% end-of-term-examination: 60% of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals?): 40
Please note that there are no beginning level Spanish courses offered in this program.
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