Analysis of films (m) (2017/2018)

Course code
4S003910
Name of lecturer
Alberto Scandola
Coordinator
Alberto Scandola
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Other available courses
Academic sector
L-ART/06 - CINEMA, PHOTOGRAPHY AND TELEVISION
Language of instruction
Italian
Period
First half of Semester 1 , Second half of Semester 1

Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

Teaching aims to provide useful skills and skills to those who want to get involved in a professional environment linked to analysis, historical-critical interpretation, and the promotion of cultural phenomena related to the media medium and its history.
Specifically, the course aims to provide the students with the main historiographic, theoretical and methodological tools related to the analysis of film and film, and to present the application of specific models for the description and interpretation of the film.

Syllabus

CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN CINEMA
The course focuses on some aspects of contemporary Italian cinema and in particular on the relationship between the forms of representation and the forms of life.
The course focuses on some aspects of contemporary Italian cinema and in particular on the relationship between the forms of representation and the forms of lifeThe film analysis of some exemplary movies of our time (Gomorra, Romanzo criminale, La grande bellezza, Caro diario, UN'ora sola ti vorrei) will allow us to highlight the aesthetic and ethical components of our cinema.

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Gianni Canova, Luisella Farinotti ATLANTE DEL CINEMA ITALIANO. CORPI, PAESAGGI E FIGURE DEL CONTEMPORANEO Garzanti 2011
Giulia Carluccio, Luca Malavasi, Federica Villa IL CINEMA. PERCORSI STORICI E QUESTIONI TEORICHE CAROCCI 2015
Roberto de Gaetano LESSICO DEL CINEMA ITALIANO VOL 1 MIMESIS 2016
PAOLO BERTETTO L'INTERPRETAZIONE DEI FILM Marsilio 2003

Assessment methods and criteria

WRITTEN EXAMINATION. The exam will test not only the ability to analyze the film text, but also the quality of written argumentation.The written test intends to verify that the student has improved his / her knowledge, skills, critical sensitivity, judgmental autonomy, and written expression skills in the field of analysis and research related to film history.

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2017/2018