Cinematic Rome

BAU Rome International Academy
A Roma

900 
IVA inc.
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Informazione importanti

  • Scuola di specializzazione
  • Roma
  • 42 ore di lezione
  • Durata:
    3 Mesi
  • Crediti: 6
Descrizione

This course will provide students with a critical understanding of the cinematic representation of Rome in Italian and American cinema, through an in-depth analysis on how locations and mise-en-scene solutions have shaped the cinematic representation of the Eternal City and an exploration of the urban, social and cultural history of modern Rome. Special attention will be given to the relationship between physical spaces and their symbolic
setting in the movies analyzed. Movies will be investigated as aesthetic objects per se but also as tools of historic inquiry, reflecting the evolution of the Italian social environment, economy, culture, values and lifestyles. Main topics are :a) Cinematic Rome After World War II; 2)“Americans” in Rome,
and Rome in America 3) Roman screenscape during the Economic Miracle (Fellini, Pasolini, Antonioni 4)Fellini’s Rome: Cinecittà vs on-location shooting 5) Postmodern and today Rome. From this analysis and investigation students will draw inspiration to realize their final project, that may consist - depending on the student’s major, background and interests -
of a short video/documentary, trailer, teaser, ad or product (accessory,
gadget, leaflet, card) reflecting their experience of the cinematic Rome.

Informazione importanti
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Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
Consultare
Roma
Via VI Novembre 114, 000187, Roma, Italia
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Domande più frequenti

· Quali sono gli obiettivi del corso?

1 - Students will learn how to analyze a movie by using specific historical, cultural, and theoretical approaches and reflect on the relationship between urban screenscape, real landscape, cinematic representation of Rome and impact on the collective visual image. 2 - Students will learn and be able to discuss key social, political and economic events, and cultura movements that have shaped current Italian values, aestethics. 3 - Students will be able to draw inspiration from the Italian cinemanad t oli fcersetaytlees a visual representation or product reflecting their understanding of the current Italian lifestyle and taste.

· A chi è diretto?

This course can suit a variety of interests, from visual to applied arts, media, communication and sociology, architecture and design.

· Requisiti

Min. 5.5.IELTS/69TOEFL is appreciated, but not mandatory.

· In cosa si differenzia questo corso dagli altri?

Discount up to 40% if take 2 or 3 other courses of the Academy is available This course requires 42 contact hours. It can be completed in short intensive formats of 2-4 weeks or in a 3-month term, combined with city and culture tours, languages and other courses.

Cosa impari in questo corso?

In-depth analysis of cinema and mise-en-scene
Screenscape VS Landscape

Professori

ALESSANDRO D’ALATRI
ALESSANDRO D’ALATRI
Professore

is a pluriawarded Italian Film Director with a huge filmography including movies, theatrical plays,documentaries, videoclips and commercials, now Director of one of the most prestigious and vital Italian Theaters, i.e. Teatro Stabile dell’Abruzzo. Since 1992 he has been lecturer and guest speaker at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Rome; Cattolica University and Politecnico of Milan; Accademia di Belle Arti, L’Aquila; University of Yale, New Haven, US.

Programma

Introduction: Cinema, History, Nation. Thinking about Film, History and Narratives. Neo-Realism I: A Historical Approach. American Representation of Italians and Italian Representation of Americans. Fellini’s visionary Rome andreaction to Neorealism. Pasolini's Rome . Excerpts from Mamma Roma, La ricotta, La terra vista dalla luna. Modernist Rome, Burgate and Hinterland. Global Rome: the space of different subjectivities.

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