CAMPUS: LA ROMANA
The two-year college-level program in Film is open to all expressions of audiovisual language, both in the theoretical field and in the practical field.
The program offers a broad vision of the process of movie, documentary film, trans-media, short subject, and multimedia film creation and production.
Students will work through research and experimentation in order to develop and discover their own voice through the creation of works that transcend the subjectivity of its author space.
Immersed in a stimulating context, participants reflect not only on the various aspects of film and other media practices associated with production, but also on contemporary art in general, offering an interdisciplinary training and the discovery of the potential of artistic and cultural images.
PROGRAM (2016 – 2017 Curriculum)
- HISTORY OF CINEMA I
- AUDIOVISUAL SEMIOTICS
- SCREENWRITING I
- FILM LANGUAGE
- AESTHETICS OF IMAGE AND SOUND
- SELF-REFERENTIAL AND FILM ESSAY
- FICTION AND POSTMODERNITY
- HISTORY OF CINEMA II
- SEMINAR AND STUDY
- DYNAMICS OF STAGING
- SCREENWRITING II SCRIPT LAB
- THINKING ABOUT THE SOUND
- FILM AND LIGHTING
- SCENERY DESIGN
- FILM LANGUAGE II
- SEMINAR AND ART
- GENRES AND MOVEMENTS OF CINEMA HISTORY
- CONTEMPORARY FILM
- ANIMATION TECHNIQUES
- PROCESSES AND FLOWS OF DIGITAL POST-PRODUCTION
- PRODUCTION DESIGN: VISUAL CONCEPTION
- ART DIRECTION AND COSTUMES
- FILM ANALYSIS
- FINAL PROJECT