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Faculty of "Cinema"

Cinema is the pre-eminent art form of our time; it has an enormous impact on our world, with the power to change consciousness and shape world culture, and the Division of Film & Television Production plunges students into the entire creative process. Here, students learn all aspects of the art of storytelling and develop the ability to take audiences on emotional journeys using a wide array of cinematic skills. During their time here, our outstanding women and men learn to access this unique power by working in many forms, from traditional large-screen films to those designed for the smallest cell phone screen, to television in multiple formats.

From ideation, where movies and television are born, through creative producing, where they are developed and nurtured, to the key disciplines of screenwriting, producing and production management, directing, cinematography, editing and sound, students learn the skills necessary to join our alumni as both complete cinema makers and well-prepared specialists in his/her chosen fields. We emphasize hands-on movie making through which students learn creative collaboration, as they begin to develop a personal creative style.

Undergraduate and graduate students begin by collaborating on several short films and progress to working on longer and more complex productions.

While projects can range from traditional films to the most intensely experimental works, the curriculum is rich in choices, including episodic television drama, situation comedy, music videos, commercials, reality television, documentaries and avant-garde films.




Department of Cinema
The Department of Cinema offers undergraduate and graduate degrees.The Department of Cinematic Arts approaches film from a critical and creative perspective, in relation to the other arts, and within an international and interdisciplinary frame. It provides students with the critical tools necessary for the theoretical and historical analysis of cinema as well as the creative skills required for the production of film, video, and digital media. The four-year undergraduate study grants the Bachelor's degree in Cinema. Focal points of undergraduate education are Cinema studios aiming to freely develop the students' investigative sides, creative personalities and way of thinking. Students have the opportunity during their undergraduate studies to follow minor programs in different areas like business administration, building technology and structure, history of Art....
MA in Cinema
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