Ψ_Weekly Schedule 2010-2011: Screenings & Seminars

Weekly Schedule 2010-2011: Screenings & Seminars

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Monday 19:15 Film Techniques (8mm & 16mm)

(Antony Glaros, Argiris Thanasoulas)

Basic technical knowledge required for film shooting, camera usage, experimental short film projects and editing in 8mm and 16mm film.

 

Monday  21:30 Animation

(Loukia Tzortzopoulou)

History of animation, feature and short-length films, workshops and projects on various animation techniques.

 

Tuesday 19:00 Cinematography

(Konstantinos Kritikos)

Introduction to Art History, basic workshops on cinematography, light temperature, color balance and frame composition.

 

Tuesday 21:00 Modernism in Cinema

(Manos Katsoulis)

Movies which contributed in morphing, evolving and modernizing the filmic language. Experimental, free cinema, poetic documentaries, abstract film, cult cinema.

 

Wednesday 20:30 Avant-Garde Cinema

(Theodore Scrivanos)

Feature and short-length films which contributed in shaping the cinematic medium. Production of personal  projects.

 

Thursday 20:30 Aspiring Filmmaker

(Alex  Skouras)

A journey into theory, practice and philosophy of cinema through film screening, open discussions and group projects.

Friday 21:00 Film Screening

35mm film or DVD screening (mostly films from the classic era of cinema).

Saturday12:00 Technical Seminar

(Photis Michael, Alex Papadopoulos)

Introduction to cinema technology and the film equipment used in the Cinema Section.

Saturday 14:00 Film Direction Projects

(Vassilis Martsakis)

Discovering cinema step-by-step through the eyes of an amateur filmmaker. Browsing the filmic grammar through applications.

Saturday 19:00 The Saturday Screening

(Agghelos Palioudakis)

Selection, screening and presentation of feature and short-length films by members of the Cinema Section.

Sunday 18:00 Analysing Film Sequences

(John Haritides)

Analysis of 21+1 sequences of significant films in the history of cinema, mainly those of the last decades of the 20th century and the first years of  the 21st.

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