This course deals with the social, institutional and cultural background of film and television in a broader European and global context. The course will also deal with some of the most important film directors and film and television genres and the way they have reflected and influenced our understanding of past and present culture.
Students will be guided into analyzing cinematic language principles, construction of images and sequences, rules and aesthetic issuu, composition, characters, shots.

After the historical and analytic first part of the course, students will engage in video shooting practice, and learn how to plan, storyboard, and script any video project, using video making equipment, lighting, audio equipment, etc. and how to edit your video project.


Extra 90 euros will be charged for registration and member card.
Individual courses will be charged a +20% on the regular fees.