Film represents the final product of the cinematographic art and industry. Film industry can be divided into two sectors: film production and film distribution. The value of a film is usually assessed by film critics. This art manifestation is possible through the understanding and combination of physics, optics, electrotechnic, electronics and chemistry even.
Dating back to 1880, films have evolved over the past century and a half into one of the most popular forms of entertainment. That is why the film industry is a growing employment sector that offers various types of jobs from acting, directing and producing to editing, design and special effects and even translation and adaption.
Theatre on the other hand is a much older form of art, dating back to antiquity. Based on drama, a particular type of fiction that is to be depicted in human performance, theatre is a complex art that combines different elements to transmit a certain feeling, idea or state to the audience. This can be achieved through the text of the theatrical play and also through music, dance or mimic.
Theatrical production involves the effort of a team, most of it not visible to the spectator, like technicians, make-up artists, choreographers, costume designers and many others.
Studying Film and Theatre requires approaching the two art forms from an interdisciplinary, intercultural and international perspective. A student of this discipline manages to understand the manifestation and evolution of film and theatre and the factors that influence that. A career in this filed can mean anything from the popular view of the actor-star to very technical jobs such as lighting expert.
Focus on the teaching of concepts, theories and principles in support of creative processes.
This is an intense 2 year training program that aims to realize student's creative potential by developing all important film-making and television production skills by providing both theoretical knowledge and practical exercises.
The Research Master-programme is open for the Master students of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. As an integral part of the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School and aims at academically committed students, who have shown exceptional interest in research during their undergraduate studies and who – already during the MA studies and with a view to a subsequent PhD – wish to be involved in current research in the fields of excellence of the faculty.
What is sound engineering? Sound engineering stands for the combination of capturing, recording and manipulating of sound with the help of various devices. Sound engineers work in different fields like the music industry, broadcasting, as well as the TV and film industry. Working locations include but are not restricted to music and film studios as well as various live settings in e.g. concert halls, stadiums, and radio stations. The students may choose to specialise in music- or film sound engineering. The music sound specialisation Within the music sound specialisation the focus is primarily on knowledge and skills related to sound engineering in the field of music. Among these but not restricted to sound engineering of performances by orchestra, ensemble, quire and solo musicians in the studio and on live stage. The specialisation focuses further at sound editing and procession with different sound and effect processors, as well as all tasks related to music production. All this will be carried
Are you interested in design and the technologies used within film, sound, computer games, digital animations and graphics? Do you want to learn to develop computer games, computer-generated animated films in 3D environments and interactive media productions?
Students earning their degree trough the collaborative agreement between UNIMI and MMU will acquire unique skills and competencies in the areas of European multicultural societies and attendant social and cultural issues, with special attention to contemporary European cinema. Ideally, their field of intervention will be within the cultural and artistic associations of the European Union.
The Master of Applied Theatre Studies is a course that can be studied entirely off campus. Online technologies are used to foster interaction between students
The Master's in Media and Performance focuses on the cultural construction of old and new media, and the relationship between media, culture and society from historical and theoretical perspectives.
The Theatre Studies Master's programme focuses on contemporary theatre and dance studies.
The Scuola Teatro Dimitri Master's degree aims at preparing students for a highly competitive international market, and to position their work on the cusp between creative obstinacy and institutional events.
Film and Television: Research and Production is the new title for the long established and very popular MA in History, Film and Television. Although history is still very much an element of teaching and research on the course, this new name better reflects the opportunities available on the MA to study and work within the film and television industries. This MA introduces you to a career in the media and combines rigorous academic training in research skills and methodology with technical and vocational training in designing, researching and editing programmes. It also includes a unique work placement of up to 12 weeks in the media industry. Excellent communication skills, with high standards of both written and spoken English, are essential for this MA.
This programme offers students the opportunity to undertake in-depth study on a chosen aspect of film and/or visual culture. Following first semester modules in Research Methods for Film & Visual Culture and in Media & Cultural Theory, students embark on a 40,000 word dissertation (or practice-based equivalent), supervised by specialist film and visual culture staff across the College of Arts and Humanities at Bangor.