The course aims to provide students with the necessary tools for a theoretical approach to the nature of the staging of the moving image, with particular attention to cinematographic costume and cinematographic scenography.
Knowledge and understanding:
Students will develop knowledge and understanding in the field of cinema professions through different tools (volumes, articles, films and multimedia materials), refining the ability to move within the perimeter of advanced research in the field of cinema and media.
Applied knowledge and understanding:
students will be able to apply knowledge and understanding skills to the complex panorama of film studies and contemporary media, developing reasoning skills that will allow considerable mobility in the theoretical study of our media experience. In particular, adequate skills will be developed both to conceive and support arguments and to solve problems in the field of cinema theory.
Autonomy of judgment:
students will develop skills in collecting and interpreting data useful for determining independent judgments in the field of cinema and media theory, including cross-cutting reflections on cultural, historical and aesthetic issues.
at the end of the course, students will be able to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to specialist and non-specialist interlocutors
Ability to learn:
At the end of the course, students will develop the learning skills necessary to refine, with a high degree of autonomy, their studies in the field of cinema and media, both in view of the possible continuation of post-graduate studies, and in the case of marketability in the world. professional.